HRC Voting Center

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Voting is the single most important action you can take to hold our leaders accountable. But you can’t vote if you aren’t registered. Registering is easy — it just takes 2 minutes! Below is a tool that can help you check your registration status, register to vote, or share this resource with others.

Once you know you’re registered, it’s time to make a plan for voting. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many states have expanded voting options for safe and secure voting. Voting options in your state may include in-person voting at early vote centers, voting by mail, or voting in person on election day. Regardless of your method of voting, the most important thing you can do to ensure your vote counts is to make a plan to vote, and vote as early as you can.

3 Actions You Can Take to Get Even More Engaged

Mobilize Others

One one of the most powerful things we can do in service of our communities is ensure we have a voice in our elections. We encourage you to join us as we reach out to other voters to ensure they have a plan to vote. No matter where you are, we can connect you to one of our phone banks, and our organizers will give you everything you need to start helping voters make their plan to vote.

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Become a Poll Worker

To combat the nationwide shortage of poll workers and to make our polling places welcoming to all, the HRC Foundation has partnered with Power the Polls to make sure we have a safe, fair, efficient election for all. If you’re healthy, willing, and able, register with Power the Polls to explore poll working opportunities in your area.

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Unite for Equality

When we vote, we ensure a government that is truly representative of our communities. Voting affirms the values and priorities we want our elected leaders to fight for. When we vote, we are making sure our communities are heard, our families are seen, and that our collective voices are more powerful than politics or special interests.

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Registered and all set to vote? Take action with HRC to help others vote this year.

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