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Register, Vote, Get Involved
Democracy works best when we all participate. These reliable, nonpartisan sources make voting easier.
Want to register to vote or check your voter registration status? Find your polling place? Receive election reminders so you don’t forget? Or get involved in registering voters and encouraging others to vote? Then check out these three organizations, all strictly nonpartisan.
When We All Vote works to encourage more people to vote in every election, close race and age voting gaps, and fight for fair, safe, and accessible voting for all Americans. I Am a Voter aims to create a cultural shift around voting and civic engagement; they’re also monitoring election changes related to Covid-19 in states around the country. (And if you want to reach out to your friends about voting, I Am a Voter offers a great Instagram social share set.) Voto Latino is working to unite and empower the Latinx community around the importance of voting.
Let’s face it. Voters age 18-29 are historically less likely to turn out than voters in older age groups, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Elections matter. It’s time to get involved and help spread the word.
Register to vote, pledge to vote, or check your voter registration status to make sure you’re ready to vote.
Voting resources grounded around a central truth: “our democracy works best when we all participate.”
Pledge to vote, learn about voting safety during C-19, attend or host a virtual event, and explore the issues you’ll be voting on.On May 15, 2020 at 8:04 pm by XQ Team
I am a first time voter. My question is, if I move to a different state, would I have to re-register or once I’m registered, I’m registered?On May 22, 2020 at 5:47 pm by Ian Swift
Voting procedures and polling places are being updated in real time – get registered, stay informed, and vote!On May 22, 2020 at 5:51 pm by Lauren Bierbaum
Are you a first time voter? What questions do you have?