Voting Series Part Two: Mobilizing People Experiencing Homelessness to Turn Out and Vote


As the election draws closer, communities and organizations must ensure that people have the ability to vote during a pandemic. The second of our two-part series will focus on how to help people experiencing homelessness vote in the upcoming election.

This interactive coffee chat will feature discussions on how health centers can support access to early and mail voting, including lessons from national organizations on how to ensure people without homes are able to vote without risking their health during COVID-19.


  • Megan Hustings, Deputy Director, National Coalition for the Homeless, Washington, DC
  • Joey Lindstrom, Director of Field Organizing, National Low Income Housing Coalition, Washington, DC


  • Katherine Cavanaugh, Consumer Advocate, National Health Care for the Homeless Council, Baltimore, MD
Categories: Consumer Engagement
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