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Dedicated to engage and build the political power of young Americans.  Provides state-by-state information on registering to vote, requesting absentee ballots, getting election reminders and more. Also has Nationwide information on same-day voter registration, voter-ID, early voting, absentee voting.

A project of Fair Elections Center, a national, nonpartisan voting rights and election reform organization.  Encourages college administrators, faculty and election officials to work with students to remove barriers to students’ voting.

A cross-class, multiracial movement of young people tearing down the barriers that prevent young people from participating in our democracy.

Mobilizes volunteers for voters around the country, while investing in the next generation of leaders.

A dynamic non-profit media force working to rewrite the script for LGBTQ acceptance.  Tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change.  Provides voting resources, in partnership with Headcount, a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy.  Voting information includes voter registration, early and absentee voting information, and how to vote if you are experiencing homelessness or formerly incarcerated.

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Provides nonpartisan election information including how to register or verify your voting status, know what’s on your ballot, finding polling places and more.  Also has information on candidates’ stand on issues, and upcoming debates and candidate forums.

Encourages voter engagement and provides timeline of activities to undertake in 2022 to vote - register, educate community, phone banks, poll work.

Promotes solutions to enhance the lives of women, girls and families.  Partnered with When We All Vote to make registering to vote and encouraging others to vote as easy as possible - provided registration information (with printable fliers), checking on election process in each state, and posting information on social media to spread the word.

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The nation’s largest online racial justice organization.  Provides a toolkit which includes resources about current voting rights landscape, registration information, video tool, campaign platform, and meme generator.

Goal is to increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities.  Provides user-friendly ways for people to ascertain if they’re already registered, how to register to vote, request a ballot, and get election reminders.  In addition, they provide information how to volunteer to do voter registration training and other ways to build power across the country.

Encourages young people in the Latinx community to register to vote and become more politically involved.  Helps people make plans to vote including how to register, check registration and deadlines, find early voting information, locate polling places and get election reminders.  Also provides link to volunteer and become poll workers.

Dedicated to engaging, educating, and empowering AAPI communities to strengthen their voices and create impact.  Provides resources to register, learn and vote including state-by-state information on registration, Election 101 to learn about the election process, what’s on ballot, and more.  It also has a pledge to vote and receive reminders via text, updates on deadlines, ballot and candidate information.

Nonpartisan campaign initiated by the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) designed to encourage American Indian and Alaska Native people to exercise their right to vote.  Provides information on registering to vote, request a ballot, find your local polling location, voter hotline.

Focuses on empowering underrepresented voters in voter suppression states to engage in elections and advocate for their right to vote.  Provides resources and guidance regarding phonebanking, postcarding and texting to voters.

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Launched Election Activator program to work with the Office of Government Relations of The Episcopal Church to promote and facilitate local, non-partisan voter engagement efforts.  Provides action steps to help run elections, register, mobilize, communicate and activate voters.

The political and legislative outreach arm of Reform Judaism in the United States.  Allows people to sign up for action opportunities and postcarding (the latter in partnership with Center for Common Ground’s Reclaim Our Vote campaign).

The Reeb Project for Voting Rights provide voters with helpful, non-partisan information about registering to vote and exercising their right to vote.  In the past they have also called, sent postcards, texted, met, and mobilized thousands of voters in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas, and Arizona in solidarity with other UU congregations and community partner organizations.

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Provides nonpartisan election information including how to register or verify your voting status, know what’s on your ballot, finding polling places and more.  Also has information on candidates’ stand on issues, and upcoming debates and candidate forums.

Mission is to use litigation and advocacy to remove barriers to registration and voting, particularly those disenfranchising underrepresented and marginalized communities, and to improve election administration.  Provides election dates and deadlines, ID requirements for registration and voting, links to look up voting locations, and more (include specifics for students).

Created by Michelle Obama, a national, nonpartisan initiative on a mission to change the culture around voting and to increase participation in each and every election by helping to close the race and age gap.  

An initiative of U.S. Vote Foundation (US Vote) which provides online tools to assist US citizens living anywhere in the world to register to vote and request their absentee ballot using their state’s specific voter forms.

Mission is to make it easier for everyone to find and understand the government services and information they need.  Find answers to common questions about voting in the United States.

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