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Vote 2020!

Vote 2020!

National Voter Registration Day, September 22

National Voter Registration Day is a day of civic unity. It’s an opportunity to set aside differences, enjoy the rights and opportunities we all share as Americans, and celebrate our democracy.

Every year millions of Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, don’t update their registration, or aren’t sure how to register. National Voter Registration Day wants to make sure everyone has the opportunity to vote. On Tuesday September 22, 2020 volunteers and organizations from all over the country will “hit the streets” in a single day of coordinated field, technology and media efforts. National Voter Registration Day seeks to create broad awareness of voter registration opportunities to reach tens of thousands of voters who may not register otherwise.

To register to vote, visit servicearizona.com

To find your polling place, visit https://my.arizona.vote/PortalList.aspx

To find out how to become a poll worker, visit azsos.gov/pollworker

To find election results, visit azsos.gov/2020-election-information

To learn more about elections or report election law violations, visit azcleanelections.gov

To join the workshop, visit zoom.us/join and enter Meeting ID: 209 326 8602

Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook is a documentary chronicling how American democracy is being threatened and what we can do to save it. Below are links to the full documentary and other resources as well as a recording of a panel discussion with Mac Heller, the documentary's executive producer, and Jacob Crawford, MCC resident faculty of Arts, History and Humanities. 

September 17, 2020 is Constitution Day!

Celebrate by taking a closer look at the parts of the Constitution, learning what it means to have civil dialogue about the Constitution, completing fun activities, and more.

Constitutional Conversations & Civil Dialogue: Watch the following session from the National Constitution Center to learn how to examine the U.S. Constitution like a scholar.

Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence