RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The State Board of Elections is offering another opportunity for individuals and groups to receive training for conducting voter registration drives.
A training session is set for Thursday morning at the board's office in Richmond.
Board policy adviser Nikki Sheridan says 64 people already have received in-person training at four sessions conducted since July 1. More than 350 additional people have completed online training.
A new state law mandates the training for individuals or groups who obtain 25 or more voter registration applications from the State Board of Elections or a local voter registration office. People who simply want to learn more about the voter registration process and laws in Virginia also can receive the training.
Two more in-person sessions are scheduled for Sept. 11 and Sept. 25.
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