We’re three weeks out from Election Day and there’s still a lot of ground to cover between now and November 3rd. It’s important to make sure you’re ready to vote: registered, informed, and prepared.
First off, check yourself (before you wreck yourself):
Are you registered to vote? Check your registration and if not, take care of it here: https://www.vote.org/am-i-registered-to-vote/
What are registration deadlines in your state? Deadlines vary state-by-state, find out here: https://www.vote.org/voter-registration-deadlines/
Every state has different procedures when it comes to Election Day, form polling places to ballot drop offs and details.. Get the 411 on voting in your state: https://www.headcount.org/state/
Make sure you know how to vote by mail, if you choose to do so: https://www.usa.gov/absentee-voting
Don’t forget, we’re still in the middle of a pandemic. Check out your state’s COVID-19 voting guidelines here: https://www.vote.org/covid-19/
Now that you have your voting plan together (whether you’re going to the polls or mailing it in), there is still time to get others involved. The stakes are incredibly high in this election, a lot of critical legislature is on ballots along with the presidential election.
Pledge to vote and help friends register here: https://secure.everyaction.com/VOSsmSqkrUeS0pNwI5kMkg2
Help out first time voters by sharing useful information: https://www.vote411.org/first-time-voter-checklist
Get read for the next election, find info on the next election in your state here: https://www.rockthevote.org/how-to-vote/
Sign up to be a poll worker and help with upcoming elections: https://www.eac.gov/help-america-vote#section-poll-worker
Now what are you waiting for? Get your booty to the poll!
Over the next few weeks, we'll be posting helpful voting information and election day tips to get you ready to get out and VOTE.