We’ve got the resources and materials you need to train others on all things voting, including voter registration and the best ways to motive and inspire others to vote.
They are available for anybody to use, but before getting started we definitely recommend that you first register and take one of our free trainings to hone your presentation and training skills!
Slides and presentation
Start here with this slide show and template presentation, which you can adapt based on your location, intended audiences, and the topics you’d most like to communicate. Detailed notes with each slide provide you with the key talking points and information you need for a great talk.
Looking for more great resources to build out and focus your presentation? We’ve got you covered.
How to register to vote
- Voter registration guidance: When to register or re-register to vote, where to register if you’re a student.
- TurboVote tool to help you register, check your registration, and get election-related reminders
How to make a plan to vote
- Graduating Students into Voters Overcoming the Psychological Barriers Faced by Student Voters: the power of making a concrete plan to vote
- Make a “who are you voting for” plan
Why local elections matter
- Why local elections matter: common local elected positions that impact your community.
- Most elected officials represent the local level
How to talk about voter registration and voting in the classroom
- Faculty guide to student voting in your classroom: resources on voter registration, integrating civic engagement into your syllabus, and supporting student voter turnout
- Election Protection Hotline
- Students: pitch your professor on talking about voting in the classroom
How to increase civic engagement on your campus
- Get your campus to commit: See what your campus voting rates are, learn about how to get involved in national student voting efforts
- All-In Campus Democracy Challenge
- National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement
- Create an action plan for civic engagement