HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Leaders in Huntsville are working to make voting easier during the pandemic, and they're reaching out to faith-based communities to do it.
Organizers say so far they've helped at least ten people. Leaders say it's important that people reach different areas of our community.
"I think a lot of people were apathetic to voting 'cause they didn't feel like it really mattered, and I know a lot of churches care a little bit more now and they seem to be more interested in voting, because it does affect your community so much. Especially on a local level," says Vote Huntsville President, Emma Steelman.
The next stop is September 10th, at Richard Showers Center on 4600 Blue Spring Rd. from 9 a.m. - noon.
If you're not able to catch them on site, call, and they'll meet you at home. The number is 256-384-8787.