The NEPA ACLU Chapter and the League of Women Voters will co-sponsor a Voters Rights forum.
A record number of Pennsylvanians are registered to vote this November…
Join the voting rights experts for the essentials of enfranchisement.
Learn the distinction between the law and confusing electoral misinformation and misconceptions. Between new voting systems, dishonest campaign tactics, and illegal voter disenfranchisement there is much minutia in running a lawful election. Although all voters can potentially be unlawfully disenfranchised, minorities, disabled people, and ex-convicts are especially at risk. The participants in this forum will give the facts and information you need to be prepared to defend your right to vote on election day.
When: Wednesday, October 22nd at 7:00 PM
Where: University of Scranton
Brennan Hall, Auditorium (Rm. 228)
Madison Avenue, b/w Mulberry & Linden Scranton, Pennsylvania