02 Nov Vote!!

Today, most American citizens over the age of 18 are entitled to vote in federal and state elections, but voting was not always a default right for all Americans. While no longer explicitly excluded, voter suppression is a problem in many parts of the country. (source)

If you ever think that just one vote in a sea of millions cannot make much of a difference, consider some of the closest elections in U.S. history.  Your vote may not directly elect the president, but if your vote joins enough others in your voting district or county, your vote undoubtedly matters when it comes to electoral results. (source) If you experience problems voting, report it here.

Voter intimidation has no place in a fair election. See Something, Say Something (See Say 2020) converts citizen reported instances of voter suppression into real time maps and alerts.  Learn more at the Democracy Labs.

Prepare and prevent a disrupted presidential election and transition

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