Elsa Gary

KPCW-Voterize

A couple of Park City High School seniors have organized a voter registration initiative at school this Friday, February 14. It’s part of the Voterize 2020 Challenge which is campaign to register more women and young people to vote.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting. Project ABC Manager Jake McIntyre and Diego Zegarra with Park City Community Foundation have details on the Feb. 14th Community Convening: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access. Voterise Co- Founder Elsa Gary and two Voterise 2020 Challenge Ambassadors at Park City High School, Kristina Schiffman and Darian Carter talk about their efforts to register women voters.

On today’s program,  Former Park City Attorney Tom Clyde talks about the legacy of Arlene Loble, former Park City Manager who died last week. Elsa Gary - Co-Founder of Voterise and Activist Jill Lesh talk about their 2020 Challenge and the voter registration training session coming up June 29th at the Christian Center of Park City. Friends of Ski Mining History Co-Founder Sally Elliott and Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk talk about the vandalism of historic structures and ideas for prevention and clean up.

Millennials are the largest potential voting group out there, and a program called "Voterise" wants to encourage them to register. One of the founders of Voterise says that millennials are not just the future -- they're the present. Rick Brough has more.

On today's program, Park City residents Elsa and Dick Gary are the founders of the non-profit Voterise, whose mission is to encourage Utah millennials to register to vote. September is National Voter Registration Month - Sept 26 is National Voter Registration Day. They have details on Voterise's new, trigger-based fundraising platform. Superintendent Ember Conley to discuss Agenda items for PCSD board meeting on Tuesday.