Every Voice Should Be Heard.
Exercising your right to vote is one of the most direct ways you voice your values in electoral politics. Unfortunately, every year millions of eligible voters are unable to cast a ballot because of a missed registration deadline, outdated registration information, or other problems with their voter registration. At the same time, voter suppression efforts are making it harder for would-be voters to be heard. We the people must do our part to ensure everyone can exercise their constitutional right to vote. Full electoral participation is in our collective best interest, as it safeguards the future of our democracy.
Are you #VoteReady?
This November, we have an opportunity to bend the moral arc of our nation toward justice. Between presidential, congressional and governors’ races – not to mention state and local elections – voters have the opportunity to decide the fate of over 500 elected officials. And as communities across the country work to protect election safety and public health, it’s more important than ever to plan head. Here’s how you can be #VoteReady in an election year like no other:
Join Us for National Voter Registration Day
On September 22nd, be part of a national effort to engage our communities by registering thousands of new voters. First started for the 2012 presidential election, National Voter Registration Day has become a 50-state holiday mobilizing organizations and volunteers to ensure that our family, friends, and neighbors are registered to vote. Interfaith Alliance is proud to be a community partner.