Voter ID Blog
VoterIDHelp.org Heads to Chicago
VoterIDHelp.org will be presenting a poster session at Aging in America, the annual conference of the American Society on Aging, on March 25. I am honored and excited to share this resource with professionals from a range of aging-related disciplines across the United States.
If you'll be at the conference in Chicago, please join me during lunch at board 613 for information about voter ID requirements in your state and advice on spreading the word to populations you encounter in your own work. For those of you at home, check out my guest post on the American Society on Aging's Age Blog.
Thanks also to Wake Forest University School of Law for publicizing the launch of this site and our upcoming presentation. You can read their coverage here.
What an experience! Thanks to everyone who stopped by to chat last week. I enjoyed meeting so many of you and still find myself awed by your efforts to transform aging in the communities you touch. I hope you will remember VoterIDHelp.org in the months leading up to your next election. Your accounts of clients, friends, and loved ones who found themselves unexpectedly at odds with an ID requirement make this effort worthwhile!