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Free workshop to help navigate Aug. 2 primary

By , Columbian staff writer

Maybe you want to learn more about helpful tools to navigate the polls or understand how redistricting changed your ballot.

The Clark County League of Women Voters and the FVRLibraries are hosting a free virtual workshop at 6:30 p.m. July 14 to relay the importance of voting in elections. Prospective voters will learn how to use educational resources to make an informed decision for the primaries.

League members Tracy Reilly Kelly, the chapter’s historian, and Mary Schick will present the 90-minute workshop, which is open to all ages. Those who are interested can register at https://fvrl.librarymarket.com/whats-new-why-your-vote-matters.

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