I’m Registered To Vote, Are You?
Are you registered to vote?
It takes 30 seconds. You can check to see you whether you are at Vote.org. If not you can do it online here at USA.gov. (Citizens living overseas and military voters should visit Overseas Voting Foundation.) Now, that you know how easy it is, ask your friends and family if they are registered.
Primaries and caucuses are happening now! Before you know it, the General Election will be here in November. And, we want EVERYONE to vote!
Also, have you considered helping out and registering others?
On National Voter Registration Day (September 22 this year), volunteers and organizations from all over the country will “hit the streets” in a single day in a single coordinated effort. Every year, millions of Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, don’t update their registration, or aren’t sure how to register.
The first step to getting people to the polls is making sure they are registered voters. If you want to be one of the volunteers out there to help others with their Voter Registration, here’s how you can do it.
Here organizations focused on registering voters and looking for volunteers:
1. When We All Vote
2. Rock The Vote
3. League of Women Voters
The organizations above not only provide volunteer opportunities but training, too. And, if you want to organize your own Voter Registration Drive, here’s a best-practices and training guide by Rock The Vote.
Voter Registration Deadlines by State
Be aware that there could be voter registration deadlines to vote in your state’s primary or caucus. And, each state has a different deadline. Also, to vote in the 2020 General Election in November, your state may have also deadline (which is different than the one for the primaries). Find a complete and up-to-date deadline list by state here on HeadCount.
We made these “I’m Registered To Vote Are You?” stickers to get the conversations started!
Please, feel free to use: Click here for our “I’M REGISTERED TO VOTE ARE YOU” sticker printable. It’s simple! Just click, print on sticker paper, and cut out or use a handy 2-inch circle punch.
Let’s Get Out The Vote, friends!
P.S. Here’s a comprehensive Voter Registration Action Plan for you to use.