SHC Voter Promo Month: Get Educated And Get Registered

AUGUST 1, 2019

Louisville, KY – August 2, 2019 – Signature HealthCARE understands the significance of expressing your freedom of speech and making your voice heard. To promote this importance, residents and stakeholders across the revolution celebrated Signature HealthCARE Voter Promo Month throughout July.

“The importance of exercising our ‘right’ to vote as Americans is sacred and we must stay engaged and be part of the political process,” Kathy Gallin, VP of Legislative Affairs and Health Policy, said. “What your elected officials do affects you, affects our residents, affects our families, and affects the communities that we serve.”

Social media allows us to have so much information at our fingertips and has changed the way we interact, Gallin said. She encourages you to get involved in local politics so you can help influence government policy and effect change. Educate yourself on your local officials and their policies so you can help in making a positive impact by supporting those who support you.

Many Signature facilities listened to Gallin’s advice and invited local political leaders into their homes to discuss the importance of being an educated and informed voter, while also assisting in voter registration for individuals.

Signature HealthCARE of Warren hosts a Voter Promo Rally. Trumbull County Board of Elections Deputy Director Ronald Massullo and the Rev. Dave Luther from Howland VFW Post 700 serve as keynote speakers.
Golfview Healthcare Center registers 15 residents to vote.
Goldfview Healthcare center register 15 residents to vote.

Resident at Signature HealthCARE of Hartford fills out her voter registration form.

Jackson County Clerk Donald Moore stops by Signature HealthCARE of Jackson Manor to promote voting and get residents registered.

Hermitage Care and Rehabilitation Center stakeholders register to vote.

Pinellas County Voting Registration visits Gulfport Rehabilitation Center to assist with voter registration forms.

Oakview resident proudly holds his voter registration form.

Kentucky Joe stands next to the American flag and looks forward to making his vote count.

Signature HealthCARE of Terre Haute stakeholders sit down with local officials to register to vote.

If this doesn’t encourage you to get registered to vote, just remember it only takes one voice to make a difference. Gallin recalled a story of Lucy Kennedy from Signature HealthCARE of North Florida to show you just how much of an impact you can have by simply speaking with your officials and discussing what’s important to you and your community.

So, get out there, get educated, and get registered…happy voting! ????????