1. Event
  2. Voting & Elections

Holding Candidates Accountable

Online | Oct. 6 at 8:00 p.m. EDT

By Larissa Gil Sanhueza, September 24, 2020

Everyone is talking about the upcoming elections, and for good reason: We have the opportunity to elect lawmakers who will support us in Congress.

Webinar: Holding Candidates Accountable

But the agenda of the next Congress is being formed right now. What candidates hear between now and Nov. 3 will guide policy discussions for years to come.

Together, we can hold candidates accountable. Join us for a webinar on Oct. 6 at 8:00 p.m. EDT and learn how you can engage with future legislators to make sure they’re working on the issues you care about.

Voting, making calls, volunteering for a campaign…it can all feel overwhelming. This event will help guide you through the confusion and show you how to contribute your voice and power.

Whether it’s helping your roommate update their voter registration or attending a virtual campaign event, we’ll make sure you have the tools, confidence, and energy you need to hold your candidates accountable.

Larissa Gil Sanhueza

  • Young Adult Advocacy Coordinator

As the Young Adult Advocacy Coordinator, Larissa Gil Sanhueza focuses on developing and training young adult advocates around the country. Specifically, she manages the Advocacy Corps program, a group of 20 young adult organizers who mobilize their communities around one legislative issue every year. Larissa also oversees recruitment for Spring Lobby Weekend, a four day lobbying and educational event that brings together 500 young people from around the country.