2012 Community Voter Guide
NOTE: Sorry, all 20,000 of our printed copies are gone. Please use or link to the PDFs below if they would be helpful.
There’s much at stake in this November’s election – especially for communities of color, immigrants, student, elders and those with low incomes. And we know that many community organizations are already working hard to make sure that people have all the information they need to understand their choices and be prepared to exercise their right to vote.
That’s why Main Street Project worked with community partners to produce a large supply of easy-to-understand Community Voter Guides – printed in Spanish, Somali, Hmong and English – all in one booklet for easy distribution.
- Guides are FREE to community groups and gathering places/community hubs.
- Guides include information about eligibility, registration, voting, voter rights (with Election Protection hotline number) and the Constitutional amendment ballot questions. Preview the guide contents in English HERE.
- Guide partners include: Hmong American Partnership, Somali Action Alliance, Open Access Connections, Hope Community, Organizing Apprenticeship Project, Waite House, Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, NACDI (Native American Community Development Institute), Community Action Against Racism (CAAR), OutFront Minnesota, and Headwaters Foundation for Justice.
Fill out the order form below and we will send you your copies, or you can pick them up at our offices! For questions, please contact Kat Vann at 612.879.7578.