Voting Guide – Exercise Your Rights

Your vote matters – decisions are made by those who show up. It is our civic duty to cast our vote for the people we want to represent us and support issues that we care about.

In our democracy, we get to have a say about who our elected officials are at all levels of government. Each city, county, and state may have their own rules for voting, so make sure you are informed. Check with your local board of elections to see your city, county, or state’s specific guidelines. Find your State or local election office.

If you feel discouraged by what you are seeing in the news, know that you have the power to do something about it. Your voice matters. Every single vote matters. And our right to vote has been hard earned. Exercise your rights by casting your vote early, or on November 3!

How to be prepared for November 3:

Other Helpful Resources:

The Center of Voting Information is a non-profit committed to providing resources and tools to help voting-eligible citizens register and vote in upcoming elections. Read their voting information here.

Rock the Vote is a trusted nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building the political power of young people. Check out their nationwide voting information. is a “one-stop-shop” for election related information, providing nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information about the election process.

U.S. Election Assistance CommissionRegister and Vote in your State Resource

The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. They work to register voters and provide election information through voter guides.

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