ICESC conducted workshops as part of the North Carolina NAACP's VEPREP (Voter Empowerment Protection Registration Education) project.
During these workshops, ICESC facilitators focused on efficient use of resources--people, time, and money.
Strategically, ICESC and its partners devoted significant time and resources to promoting the early voting period.
In the Durham community, ICESC worked with the NCCU student-led Civic Engagement Task Force, the NAACP, Common Cause, and other organizations to sponsor a March to the Polls.
Meanwhile, the NAACP, with assistance from ICESC, worked to make sure local communities were aware of this campaign.
This was certainly the case for ICESC and its partners, especially given the availability of data identifying the unregistered.