Democracy works best when people participate
National election day November 8, 2022.
Do your civic duty. Exercise your right to vote.
Voting requirements are different in each state. Quickly register, get an absentee ballot, and check your state requirements at Vote.org or use the federal website, both contain direct links to all states.
The primary election comes first. Primaries will vary by state.
To vote you need to register.
The last day to register for the primary election is October 18, 2022. Register here.
The election is November 8, 2022.
Find a dropbox location.
Contact information and social media for all members of Congress.
Write letters to encourage voting among traditionally under-represented groups.
National and local resources to vote like your rights depend on it.
Fair Fight is working to expand democracy and ensure all voters have access to the polls.
Organization mobilizing to flip house districts across the country.
Grassroots political action with chapters in every congressional district in the country. Find yours.
Organizing local teams to support progressive candidates in neighboring districts.
Postcards to Voters
Send handwritten reminders to targeted voters giving Democrats a winning edge in close, key races coast to coast.
Run for Something
Recruits and supports young diverse progressives to run for down-ballot races.
Flip seats, win states, rebuild our country.
Practical skills for taking back America
Let your officials know you’re holding them accountable.
Follow the dollar and learn how money influences our political system.
Voting is Social Work
Non-partisan campaign aiming to integrate voter engagement into social work education and teach voter mobilization skills in order to ensure that those served by social workers have access to vote.
We have also produced sheets of lick and stick stamps using this art with The Portland Stamp Company to encourage voting.
All proceeds benefit the ACLU. $10 per sheet, BUY HERE.
This public service message brought to you by your fellow citizens at PLAZM
Photography: Sumaya Agha
Make up: Amelia Rasmussen
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