• Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day
  • Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day
  • Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day
  • Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day
  • Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day
  • Check your state page for updated information on COVID-19 and elections
  • 9.22 | National Voter Registration Day
  • 9.29 | First Presidential Debate
  • 10.07 | Vice Presidential Debate
  • 10.15 | Second Presidential Debate
  • 10.20 | Vote By Mail "Election Day"
  • 10.22 | Last Presidential Debate
  • 11.03 | Election Day

Step 1:
Register to vote

Even if you think you’re registered, double-check! Sometimes names get removed by mistake, or by people who are afraid of what happens if you vote.

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Step 2:
Know Your State

Every state is different, and here’s what you need to know to request a ballot, find out what's on your ballot, how to return your ballot, where and when you can vote early in-person, and anything else you need to be a voter this year.

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Step 3:
Protect Every Last Vote

The vote. It’s important. It’s powerful. Michelle Obama keeps telling you to do it. But the vote is facing a lot of problems this year — big structural ones. Here’s how to help make sure every last vote is counted, including yours.

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Step 4:
Volunteer

You’re registered. That’s great! You’re great. Now what? Find out what you need to do next.

What’s the plan?

ADOPT A STATE

The election will most likely come down to what these states' voters, and therefore their electors, do on November 3rd. Just because you don't live there (or better yet, if you do), you can have a huge impact on helping these voters make their decision and getting them to the polls on Election Day. All from the comfort of your own home. Adopt a state. Save America.

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