Everything You Need To Register, Plan, Vote
And Understand Your Place In America's Voting History
Check Your Voter Registration Status
Register to Vote
Request to Vote by Mail
If there is a chance you won't be able to vote in person, request your mail in ballot here. Use this link to understand vote by mail rules in your state. Be extra cautious when completing and returning your mail in ballot if you decide to vote by mail. Research each step to ensure your vote counts. If you decide to vote by mail, send or drop off your ballot as early as you can.
Research What's at Stake
It is overwhelmingly important to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. The future of democracy, human equality and the planet we call home depend on it. And there's more at stake. No matter where you live, you will be voting for a House representative in this election. You may also be voting for a Senator and several other state officials. Your local elected officials most directly impact your daily life. They determine everything from school curriculum, policing, housing and voting rules. Take some time to learn about who is on your ballot and what's at stake. Use this link to lookup every race on your ballot ahead of voting.
Vote as early as possible. You may already be able to vote. Check now here.
Locate Your Polling Place
Find your closest polling place and make a plan to get there. Locate now here.
Spread the Word
Forward this story to at least 5 friends or family members to ensure that everyone you know has the tools they need to vote. If anyone in your life needs more state specific information, share sites like Vote Save America or I am a voter.
Learn how and why some people can vote and others still can't. It's crucial to understand both the history and present when it comes to voting rights and voter suppression in America. The deaths of John Lewis and Ruth Bader Ginsburg remind us that our voting rights have always been hard-earned. Explore the books, movies, and podcast episodes below to understand how your voting rights came to be and how to protect them for all of us today and in the future.