Inglewood City Clerk, Aisha Thompson (4th from right), along with Mayor James T. Butts and other elected officials that include State Sen. Steve Bradford during National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 19, 2023. Photo courtesy City of Inglewood
By Gloria Zuurveen, Editor-in-Chief
INGLEWOOD—Voting is pivotal to our Democracy and before anyone can vote in elections they are required to have registered. Because of this important matter, Inglewood City Clerk Aisha Thompson, recently hosted a National Voter Registration Day to educate and inform residents about the importance of registering to vote. This nonpartisan civic holiday in the U.S. is creating broad awareness of voter registration opportunities and celebrating democracy. It was success that included Mayor James T. Butts, a host of Inglewood elected officials and California State Senator Steve Bradford.
Below photo of Inglewood High School band performing during the National Voter Registration Day. (Above) Inglewood City Clerk, Aisha Thompson, Host, for the National Voter Registration Day in Inglewood spoke to the crowd who had gathered for information and education on this important day to help Inglewood residents learn about the importance of them registering in order to cast a vote in elections.
Photo courtesy City of Inglewood
Aisha Thompson, Inglewood City Clerk and City Councilmember, Dionne Faulk, District 4