COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - The Columbus Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. offered deputy registrar training to teach people about working at the polls.
Monday night in conjunction with their celebration of 70 years of service, the organization hosted the training to educate the public about issues and the candidates.
Keynote speaker Rhonda Briggins gave tips on mobilizing the community to get out and vote. Briggins is a community advocate, political strategist, and member of the sorority.
"We always encourage the community to be informed, to be engaged and involved when it comes to elections and the individuals that seek to represent them," says Larae Moore, chair of the social action committee for Delta Sigma Theta Inc.
Attendees were given steps to take to become a registrar, and what to do as a deputy registrar during elections.