Are You Registered to Vote?
In the 2010 general elections, the voter turnout rate was just 40.9 percent. Representative government needs all eligible people to vote, and the first step is voter registration.
As multiple states consider voter ID laws that effectively suppress voter turnout, and Super PACs dominate the airwaves, it’s more important than ever for each of us to show up at the polls—knowing our rights, knowing the issues, and standing together for equity.
If you have questions about whether or not you’re eligible to vote, where your polling place is, or how to vote by mail, go to NonprofitVOTE.org. They’ll break it down for you, state by state, so you can be sure to get the best information for your area.
Help us spread the word to register as many people as possible today so that this upcoming election can be decided by us—not for us.