Pump Up the Jams for National Voter Registration Day!!

Women Engaged celebrates National Voter Registration Day by pumping up the jams with a Text Party. Join us for music and fun as we reach our communities about voter registration. No advanced training required. Can be done from anywhere!

WHEN
September 22, 2020 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Online
Atlanta, GA
United States
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CONTACT
Lauren ·

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    Women Engaged celebrates National Voter Registration Day by pumping up the jams with a Text Party. Join us for music and fun as we reach our communities about voter registration. No advanced training required. Can be done from anywhere! https://www.womenengaged.org/nvrd2020?recruiter_id=3190

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