Advocacy Update – League of Women Voters Outreach Center

Good Morning Community Members!

We wanted to reach out to share some good news from a partner of ours, the League of Women Voters.

The League of Women Voters of the Flint Area, with grant support from the Ruth Mott Foundation, has opened a Voter Outreach Center in the Flint Development Center, 4121 Martin Luther King Avenue. The Center’s hours are 1:00-7:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There will be special events on some Saturdays.

There are two main purposes of this grant project. The first is to determine reasons for low voter turnout in Flint, particularly in the target area of 48504 and 48505 within the city. The second is to develop LWV’s voter education programs to respond to the needs identified by a survey, which is linked below.

Please consider filling out the survey if you live in Flint, particularly if you live in the 48504 or 48505 zip code area. Your responses are confidential. Please be candid. Your contact will be entered into LWV’s weekly gas card drawing, but no personal identifiers will be linked to survey.

Survey –

Have a wonderful day!

Joel L. Arnold, AICP
Planning and Advocacy Coordinator
Communities First, Inc.
415 W. Court St.
Flint, MI 48503
(810) 422-5358 x. 1007

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