Commit your voice to be heard this November. 

Every vote counts, your vote counts. Voting rights are at the forefront of our democracy and a right to have as a United States citizen. You have the power to elect officials that have similar beliefs and views as you and the ability to elect officials that you want to see lead our country. Whatever you care about – the climate, the economy, foreign policy – take a stand by showing up at the polls.

Voting doesn’t just matter at the presidential level; voting matters at all levels of government. Whether you’re voting for the next president, mayor, governor, or state senator, make sure you’re informed on the issues and vote for the candidate that represents your views the best.

It is important as an American citizen to register to vote to ensure that your voice is heard. Pledge to be a voter and vote in your state this November. There are only six states that do not accept requests for mail-in ballots due to COVID-19 and those states are Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Texas. If you live in any of the other 44 states, you can safely vote via mail-ballot this upcoming election. 

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Take the next step to make your voice heard and register to vote now.