The News for You® Voting Guide
Posted by Jessica Gilmour on February 27, 2020 in categoryNew Readers PresscategoryFacts & ResearchcategoryNewscategoryMember Tips

Voting can be an intimidating process, especially for adults with low literacy. To provide some guidance through election season, News for You® created the Election 2020 Voting Guide to better explain who can vote, how Americans choose their leaders, how to register to vote, and how to cast your ballot.

New Readers Press, the publishing division of ProLiteracy, created News for You® to help adult learners understand current events. News for You® is a printed newspaper and website that offers engaging, easy-to-read stories to help learners learn to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.

The News for You® Voting Guide covers topics like:

  • Who votes
  • Reasons to vote
  • What we vote on
  • Choosing a president
  • Political parties
  • Getting informed
  • What to watch for before, after, and during a debate
  • Political campaign ads
  • Registering to vote
  • Casting your vote
  • Using voting equipment
  • Voting vocabulary

This voting guide is a valuable resource for those looking to learn about the voting process at an easy-to-read level. News for You® is offering this resource free to empower voters to use their voice. To download the News for You® Election 2020 Voting Guide, click the button below.

News for You® Voting Guide


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