A Day in a Pair: Getting Baltimore to Vote A Day in a Pair: Getting Baltimore to Vote

A Day in a Pair: Getting Baltimore to Vote

by GOOD Partner

November 1, 2012

A Day in a Pair contest winner Shawna Potter shows a student at the John Hopkins Campus in Baltimore how to fill out the voter registration form.

Potter’s first stop was right outside her front door. On her way to make copies, Potter shows her apartment complex handyman how he can register to vote.

Potter's next stop of the day was a local office supply shop to make copies of the voter registration form.

After making the copies, Potter staples the pagers, instructions and alternate language forms together and pairs them with a pre-stamped envelope for ease.

Walking around the Mt. Vernon neighborhood, Potter explains to a man walking past how he can register to vote.

Continuing her journey, Potter gave this man a form for himself and his wife.

Moving on to Fell's Point near the Baltimore harbor, Potter holds up her folder of voter registration forms in hopes of catching the attention of passerby's.

Roaming around Fell's Point, Potter gave out information on how to register to vote online.

Potter walks towards the busy Lexington Market in search of more un-registered Marylanders.

Potter talks with a John Hopkins student, who was also working to register students to vote.

Potter ends her day in Charles Village, nearly out of her 100 voter forms, hoping to get a few more people to register before the day is out.

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A Day in a Pair: Getting Baltimore to Vote