Using technology to turn out the vote of people of color, young people and LGBTQ voters

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Using technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout and strengthen American democracy, Vote.org is the largest non-profit, non-partisan voting registration and get out the vote (GOTV) technology platform in America.

To turn out the vote among young people, people of color, LGBTQ and other marginalized communities, Vote.org partners with corporations and other organizations in the civic space, including The Webby Awards, NAACP Youth Coalition, GLSEN, wikiHow and Young Entertainment Activists.

Vote.org’s web-based technology ties in with most election authorities in nearly every state. Nevada is fully integrated into the Vote.org platform.

To register, change your address or change party affiliation, visit Vote.org

MCC church has a new home

Love MCC’s new home at 2020 Michael Way, Las Vegas.

Love MCC of Las Vegas has a new church home at 2020 N. Michael Way. The building is still under renovation but online services are being held every Sunday at 10 a.m. For more information, visit lovemcclv.org

Life Skills Program graduation at The Center

New graduates of the Life Skills Program receive their certificates. Standing left to right are
Sam Reynolds, Chrystal McKinley, Ember Wolf, Judy Bowenweiner (special guest),
Jazmena Jameson (program facilitator). In front left to right are Naomi Freeman and
Jeremy (Brianna) Thomas. Photo by Samantha Pallagi

Five new graduates of the Life Skills Program receive their certificates on Thursay, July 20.  The skill-teaching and educational personal and professional empowerment classes are held at the Center with Zoom and in-person meetings.

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