Indivisible Evanston September 22 "GOTV(Y)V: Turning Out Young Voters" Meeting Questions. Submit By 5:00 PM 9/22/20
Dear IE Members:
Please submit audience member questions for our September 22, 2020 meeting by 5pm on September 22. This meeting will be held virtually on Zoom. To register and sign up, see below. Thank you!
TUESDAY, 9/22, 7pm -"GOT(Y)V: TURNING OUT YOUNG VOTERS"
Register in advance for this meeting:
You MUST register and obtain Zoom confirmation/link to attend.
Paul Kendrick, Executive Director, Rust Belt Rising will moderate the panel.
PANELISTS: Making Our Voices Heard: Getting Out The (Youth) Vote
- Learn what we can do to activate our young relatives
1. Gretchen Coleman, Ballot Z Founder
- Ballot Z is an online initiative designed to increase turnout among Illinois Generation Z voters. Ballot Z consists of a website and social media campaign to make information about elections and voting procedures more accessible to young voters online
- Gretchen Coleman lives in Palatine and is a junior at Syracuse University majoring in political science and political philosophy. She has created an online initiative called Ballot Z to increase turnout among Generation Z voters in Illinois. Ballot Z aims to make information about elections as accessible as possible by providing voting resources on social media, on a website, and through email and text reminders. She is grateful for the opportunity to be here and tell you all more about her initiative!
2. Kemone Hendricks, Kemone Hendricks , Founder/CEO of Evanston Present and Future; Political office manager at Democratic Party of Evanston; Executive Assistant at Dear Evanston
3. Bobby Mannis, YVote
- Bobby Mannis is a Chicago native who studied economics and political science at Tulane University in New Orleans. He's returned to Chicago to work on economic policy, helping to provide opportunity to his home state. He believes political engagement is the path toward a better future, where more and diverse voices will be heard and listened to. Co-founder, MoVE
4. Victor Shi, IL Biden Delegate
- Victor Shi is a recent high school graduate from Adlai E. Stevenson High School and will be an freshman at UCLA where he plans on studying political science and American Literature and Culture. Victor has been actively involved in politics for over four years, having served as an intern for Congressman Brad Schneider, Illinois PIRG, and Equal Citizens. In addition, Victor was elected as the youngest delegate for Joe Biden in Illinois. - - Currently, Victor is a field organizer for the Biden campaign and co-hosts the Intergenerational Politics Podcast with Jill Wine-Banks.
**Meeting Registration, Confirmation & Question Submission **
1. Register for the meeting, with the link below. This link will not get you into the meeting, you must receive the confirmation email with the zoom link.
2. Confirmation: once you register, you’ll get an email confirmation from zoom with the link to the meeting. We strongly recommend you put that email and link somewhere ready to hand, so you can easily find it at the time of the meeting.
3. If you have trouble getting into the meeting, please don’t re-register. instead, please email us at
. We will be checking that email until 7:15.
4. All attendees will be muted during the meeting.
5. Question Submission: If you have questions for the speakers, we urge you submit them below. You may also ask questions at the meeting using the zoom chat feature. We will prioritize questions that are submitted in advance, but due to time constraints, we may not get to all the questions in the chat.
Please email us at
if you have any additional questions. If you need help with Zoom, please contact Rosie Rees at
or Leslye Lapping at:
IE Leadership Team
Question Submission: Please note if the question is for Gretchen Coleman, Kemone Hendricks, Bobby Mannis or Victor Shi. Thank you.
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