The Institute for Social Engagement

Indivisible Somerville just spun off the The Institute for Social Engagement as a 501(c)3 organization that will continue Indivisible Somerville’s work in incubating new tools for activists. One of the headliners is the VoteRemote tool, which makes it easy for college students to register to vote and obtain absentee ballots in their home times. This is a particularly interesting initiative in the Boston area, which has so many students from so many parts of the country. And VoteRemote has a college ambassador program to keep the wheels greased. Today, I went to a board meeting for ISe, and got to learn the plans for the summer and fall, heading into the interesting mid-term elections this November.

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