In a proactive move to enhance voter participation, the Cincinnati NAACP is set to introduce a groundbreaking initiative with the launch of the Cincinnati NAACP Mobile Civic Engagement Unit.
This pioneering endeavor seeks to drive up voter turnout, particularly in historically marginalized neighborhoods with low voter participation rates.
Mobile Unit to Provide Voter Registration and Education in April:
Scheduled to commence in April, the Mobile Civic Engagement Unit will embark on a journey through historically marginalized neighborhoods.
Equipped with dedicated staff, the unit will facilitate voter registration, educate residents on the voting process, furnish sample ballots, and disseminate informative materials about voting procedures.
“We could not be more excited to launch the first in the nation NAACP civic engagement strategy and mobile unit in Cincinnati,” remarked Cincinnati NAACP President Joe Mallory, underscoring the significance of this initiative in empowering communities and amplifying their voices in the democratic process.
Unveiling Ceremony Scheduled for 10 a.m. at Holloman Center for Social Justice:
The Cincinnati NAACP Mobile Civic Engagement Unit unveiling ceremony is scheduled at 10 a.m. at the Holloman Center for Social Justice, situated within the Avondale Town Center.
This event marks a pivotal moment in the organization’s commitment to fostering civic engagement and advocating for equitable representation.
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