Forward in Faith and Power: Why Your Vote Matters
A free webinar from the Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Campaign
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 13
Many eligible voters are apathetic and hopeless, feeling that “My vote doesn’t count. My voice isn’t heard.” Others may vote in elections for the President or Congress, but don’t think that local elections are important. But your vote is your power and your say in the decisions that shape the life of your community, and the actions of local officials have an impact your day-to-day life. Faith is a powerful inspiration for taking voting seriously and becoming involved in the public square.
On this webinar, you can hear these Wisconsin faith leaders, voting activists, and local elected officials speak to these issues:
• Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes (invited)
• Rev. (Judge) Everett Mitchell, Dane County Circuit Court (recorded)
• Barbara McKinney – Madison Common Council (invited)
• Ali Muldrow – Madison School Board
• Ashanti Hamilton – Milwaukee Common Council
• Jeremy Gragert – Eau Claire City Council
• Ingrid Rothe - Voter ID Coalition and League of Women Voters
• Rabbi Dena Feingold – Temple Beth Hillel, Kenosha
• Rev. Greg Lewis – Souls to the Polls and pastor of St. Gabriel Church of God in Christ, Milwaukee
Register below -- a Zoom link will be sent to you before the webinar.
The Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Campaign is a project of the Wisconsin Council of Churches and Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice, and is funded in part by PACE (Philanthropy Active in Civic Engagement) and the Evjue Foundation.
Phone number (optional)
Organization or congregation (optional) - list any that are relevant
City (and state, if other than Wisconsin)
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Wisconsin Council of Churches.