Renowned, non-partisan civic engagement organization HeadCount is launching a new partnership with Major League Baseball that begins this season to register voters in ballparks at MLB games. This partnership is a continuation of MLB’s efforts that began in 2020 to engage fans and baseball personnel on voter education and registration.More
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Major League Baseball is partnering with renowned, non-partisan civic engagement organization HeadCount to register voters in ballparks at MLB games. This effort is operating through a pilot phase during the 2023 season that will initially include nearly half of MLB Clubs with plans to expand to more throughout the league in the future.
Activations at ballparks, which started in late June and will run through the end of the season, bring voter registration and engagement booths for fans attending those games, at which HeadCount volunteers register fans to vote or sign them up for local election alerts.