Support Vote 16 YEA! at their Feb. 23rd event to bring awareness of youth voting issues affecting young people

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At the upcoming Tuesday, February 23rd Board of Education meeting, Board of Education commissioners will consider a resolution of support for the effort to lower San Francisco’s voting age and include 16 and 17 year olds in municipal, school board, and community college board elections. If approved, this would go a long way in supporting the effort to have this placed on the November 2016 ballot by the Board of Supervisors. We hope you can come out, lend your voice, and join the effort–it promises to be a moving night!

We would be grateful if you can share this announcement with your youth programs, staff, networks, and via social mediaFB invite here.

WHAT: Turnout for Vote16 Resolution at Feb. 23rd SF Board of Education Meeting
DATE: Tuesday, February 23rd
TIME: 5pm pizza and youth speaker prep session on third floor, 6pm Board of Education meeting begins
WHERE: 555 Franklin St., San Francisco
WHO: Students, Educators, Youth Advocates and Allies; Hosted by the San Francisco Youth Commission and SFUSD Student Advisory Council


To RSVP for food or receive updates on the order of the evening’s agenda, contact Celi Tamayo-Lee, at [email protected] or call 415-554-7112 or visit the Facebook event.

To learn more about the Vote16 effort, visit view our most recent presentation on lowering the voting age or check out recent press in the Atlantic on this effort. To book a presentation or youth speaker on the Vote16 effort, contact Celi Tamayo-Lee: [email protected].