On Election Day - Tuesday, November 4 - voters across the country will head to the polls to cast their votes in thousands of local, state and federal elections. I hope you’re starting to think about how and when you’ll vote, and that you’ll encourage your loved ones to do the same.
Do you need or want to vote before Election Day? If you want to avoid Election Day crowds, simply want to participate as soon as possible, or you’ll be away from your polling place due to travel, work, school or other reasons, now is the time to explore what options you have to vote early or absentee in your state.
Who represents your beliefs? Candidates are asking for a shot at the job of representing you. The decisions they make in office will influence public policy for years to come. And guess what? Each vote helps decide who gets the job! When you cast your ballot, you’re weighing in on what matters most to you. These elections are about our jobs, our health, our communities, our security and our future. Watch or attend a candidate debate or forum, or read the information submitted directly by the candidates on VOTE411.org to learn more about the candidates’ stance on issues important to you.
Enter your address at VOTE411.org to find the information you need to cast your ballot, including early and absentee voting options and locations in your state; candidate information for every voter in America; and details on nearby candidate debates and forums, so you can hear directly from the candidates on the issues that matter most to you.
Voting allows you to make an impact on critical issues and policies and VOTE411.org has all the information you need to make sure you are able to cast your ballot. Please share this vital election resource with your friends and family so that they, too, are prepared to vote.