RYV! Voting

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Voting part 2 took place October 21, 2020 2:00 - 3:00 pm CT

Unfortunately, there is no recording for this session. View the full transcript (.rtf file, will prompt you to download in new window)

Agenda (part 2)

CARTS provided. We will not be screen sharing or using Zoom polls in this session.

1:30 Zoom Room opens for new Zoom users to check their tech, get oriented

2:00 Tech Intro: Some accessibility notes, review of Zoom features we'll be using

2:05 Welcome: Who is CTD, What is Raise Your Voice!

2:10 Today's Issue

2:30 Your Voice: group discussions (breakout rooms)

2:55 Wrap up and next steps

Recording (part 1, Sept. 2, 2020)

In this session, CTD Deputy Executive Director Chase Bearden and REV UP Texas' Bob Kafka discussed REV UP's efforts to engage the Disability Vote and CTD's priorities and plans for protecting accessible voting in November and the 2021 Legislature.

For more about REV UP Texas, visit www.revuptexas.org/ or contact revuptx@gmail.com.

Run time: 32:47

Full transcript (.rtf file, will prompt you to download in new window)

Participant Feedback (part 1)

Poll #1: How do you plan to cast you ballot in the November elections?

from 22 total responding

Poll #2: How did this go?

from 18 total responding

Agenda (part 1)

1:30 Zoom Room opens for new Zoom users to check their tech, get oriented

2:00 Tech Intro: Some accessibility notes, review of Zoom features we'll be using

2:05 Zoom Poll: Your Plan for the Novmber elections.

2:10 Welcome: Who is CTD, What is Raise Your Voice!

2:15 REV UP Texas, with Bob Kafka

2:25 CTD's 2021 Voting Priorities & Lawsuits

2:35 Your Voice: small group conversations in breakout rooms (groups of 4-6): What barriers or concerns do you have or foresee for Nov elections? What do you need to register, promote the disability vote, and/ or feel confident about casting your ballot?

2:50 Return to main room, mute yourself, and report highlight via chat

2:55 Zoom Poll: Your thoughts on this session

3:00 Wrap up and next steps

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