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You Don’t Need a Home to Vote Social Media Guide

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Sample Tweets:

Sample Facebook Posts:

  • Can homeless people vote? Yes! Here are some fast facts on states and voting. View the larger maps to get an idea of your home state’s laws. Read more at: #YouDontNeedAHomeToVote
  • Wondering how your organization can assist clients in the voting process? Here are six ways you can make it easier for people to inform themselves and vote on Election Day. Read the “Homeless and Low-Income Voter Rights Manual” compiled by the National Coalition for the Homeless at for more information. #YouDontNeedAHomeToVote
  • There are many organizations dedicated to informing the electorate on why they should vote and how they can vote. Here are six websites that will provide homeless and low-income voters with more information. Read more at: #YouDontNeedAHomeToVote
  • Feeling doubtful that your low-income clients are interested in voting? Read why it is essential to put your attitude aside and help out with voter registration. Read more at: #YouDontNeedAHomeToVote
  • Many low-income and homeless voters may be hesitant to register to vote, due to preconceived barriers. Here are four steps for encouraging a reluctant voter. For more details, visit #YouDontNeedAHomeToVote

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