Your busy day got you running on empty and feeling a bit stressed – and, you know the time to vote is limited? Cobb County Public Library staff members play important supportive roles for the 2020 General Election, including hosting
It’s never too early to learn about voting. Kids who learn about elections are more likely to vote when they know the importance of the process and are inspired to do so. Everyone should know about voting rights. Kids can
Are you sure your Voter Registration status is accurate? Even if you’ve registered to vote before, it’s a very good idea to check your status ahead of the Oct. 5 Georgia Voter Registration deadline for the 2020 General Election. Georgia
A 2020 Census kiosk is open at the Cobb County Magistrate Court, 32 Waddell St. in downtown Marietta. The kiosk, a desktop computer installed Thursday to give the public access to the my2020census.gov site for Census self-responses, is provided by
Books on the movement for women’s voting rights in the United States are in demand as the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment on August 18 is on the horizon. Nancy B. Kennedy’s Women Win the Vote!:
State and local officials engaged in promoting the participation of Georgians in the 2020 Census are emphasizing to the public that the recently launched Household Pulse Survey is NOT the 2020 Census or an alternative to filling out the Census.
Kids are having fun exploring American history with the America Rocks! program by the Youth Museum at Cobb County Public Libraries in June. America Rocks! is for children ages 6-10. No registration required. Supplies limited to first 30 participants. Join
Sam A. Williams, former president of the Metro Atlanta Chamber, will lead a program on “The CEO as Urban Statesman” at the East Cobb Library on Tuesday, June 27, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. A nationally recognized expert on urban