Capitol Hill Community Council meeting to focus on voter registration

The Capitol Hill Community Council is back in action after a summer break and Thursday night the group is meeting to talk about elections and getting out the vote.

“In recent midterms, 4 to 10 eligible voters cast ballots. Nonvoters talk of apathy, disgust, barriers, and other reasons,” organizers write. “But those who don’t vote, and their interests, can be ignored by candidates.”

Thursday night’s agenda also includes a presentation on the Public Direct Current (DC) Fast Charging Electric Vehicle pilot program from Seattle City Light and representatives from Central Seattle Greenways and the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict talking about Pike/Pine bike improvements and the upcoming community design workshop.

The Capitol Hill Community Council will meet Thursday night, September 20th from 6 to 7 PM in the 12th Ave Arts Pike/Pine room.

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One thought on “Capitol Hill Community Council meeting to focus on voter registration

  1. 4 to 10 voters! CHCC has a lot of work to do!

    Actually, go ahead and skip voting. I’ll tell you what you pay for rent, who runs the police department and how much interest you pay on student loans. Your voice doesn’t matter at all.

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