September 14, 2020 (New York, NY) -- With exactly 50 days to go until the U.S. elections on November 3, the Sikh Coalition invites you to join us for a critical online conversation on how Sikh Americans can build community power through voting and relationships with elected officials. The focus of this webinar will be to understand the role that civic engagement plays at the local, state, and federal levels, and why it is more important than ever before that Sikh Americans exercise their right to vote this fall.
Please join us on Wednesday, September 16 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM EDT (3:00 to 4:00 PM PDT). RSVP is mandatory, and seats are filling up fast. If you want to join, please fill out the RSVP form to receive an email linking you to the webinar.
The webinar will be moderated by Sikh Coalition Executive Director Satjeet Kaur, and features three leading Sikh voices in public service:
Click here to RSVP now for ਸਾਡੀ ਆਵਾਜ਼ ਸੁਣੋ: Your Vote is Your Voice.
- Mayor Ravi Bhalla of Hoboken, NJ
- Manpreet Kaur Teji, Associate Counsel for U.S. Senator Richard J. Durbin (D-IL)
- Elected Trustee Sarabjit Kaur Cheema of the New Haven Unified School District in Union City, CA
Our nationwide sangat must collectively increase voter turnout to shape a future that elevates Sikh Americans and other underrepresented communities. Join us on September 16 and learn how voting in the upcoming election and beyond can help create a better tomorrow for all.
Through November 3, the Sikh Coalition will continue working to provide information pertaining to voting and civic engagement. These efforts include sharing our free online tool where you can check your voter registration
, updating sangats with the latest information on voting by mail
in their state, and recruiting sevadaars
who are committed to registering Sikh voters this Sunday on National Sikh Voter Registration Day!
As always, the Sikh Coalition urges you to practice your faith fearlessly.
Note: The Sikh Coalition is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. All Get Out The Vote (GOTV) work is being done in support of broader Sikh American civic engagement, and not for the benefit of any candidate, elected official, or political party.