PARTNER WITH US
Your presence helps first-time voters, young voters, voters with disabilities, and voters with limited English-speaking skills exercise their right to vote.
Poll workers perform various duties, including Answering voters’ questions, keeping lines steadily moving and addressing issues that might arise. If interested in becoming a poll worker, start here.
How to Register:
-Online Voter Registration through the Pennsylvania’s election website
-Register to vote by mail or in-person
-Download a Voter Registration Application (PDF)
In order to register, you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States for at least 30 days before the next election
- Be a resident of Pennsylvania and your election district for at least 30 days before the next election
- Be 18 years of age on the day of the next election
1Hood Power internships provide a unique opportunity to engage in the work we do at a deeper level. Interns are given educational responsibilities that assist with the continued development of the 1Hood Power initiative. Such tasks encompass research and writing assignments, community outreach opportunities, and communication strategy design.
Internships are flexible and designed for college credit. Obtaining the necessary clearances is required to commence placement. In accordance with the law and school requirements, interns are prohibited from engaging in electioneering or lobbying activities.
We appreciate your willingness to assist 1Hood Power in our efforts to pave the path for justice.
By retweeting and sharing 1HOOD POWER’s messages on social media, you expand our reach throughout the state and increase our odds of being heard by lawmakers.
Twitter provides direct and immediate access to decisions and policymakers, and it allows you to engage in two-way conversations with people who would otherwise be hard to reach. You can set up an account and urge the governor and legislators to prioritize our issues in policy discussions. Below, you’ll find a list of elected officials who tweet.