Did You Know National Voter Registration Day is September 22nd?
Here are some quick facts you should know
Election Day is November 3rd 2020
You can Vote for not only the next President and Vice President, but down ballot - AKA for candidates that impact the governance in your area.
490 women have filed to run for the House
This is the record number of women candidates to run for an election and beats the 476 noted from 2018.
June 4, 1919 is when women were granted the right to vote
Beginning in the 1800s, women organized, petitioned, and picketed to win the right to vote, but it took them decades to accomplish their purpose. The 19th amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote.
There are 10 states where the Youth Vote will catalyze more than the polls
The Youth Vote historically has been something deemed as "non-existent". But more than ever young people across the world and U.S. are speaking up and out. Know which states are catalyzing beyond polls this election.
Election Day 2020
Ways We're Catalyzing Courage
InHerShoes Listening Sessions
We've partnered with our friends over at PLATFORM to co-host listening sessions to engage with young people ages 18-28 and hear their thoughts, voices, concerns, and opinions on the 2020 election. Safe spaces meant to foster courageous, open dialogue around civic engagement and what issues on and off the ballot matter.
Official USOW Partner Organization
InHerShoes founder, Judith Martinez has been selected to be 1 of 50 women across the United States to represent the fight for gender equity. Representing California, she has committed herself and InHerShoes in joining the United State of Women's efforts of registering Voters across the U.S. for Election Day 2020 and beyond.
Catalyze Courage Summit 2020
This year's #CatalyzeCourage Summit will be focusing on issues both on and off the ballot. A virtual convening designed for changemakers, social justice activists, and conscious do-gooders, join us for a series of programming uniquely designed to have you find clarity and catalyze courage for yourself and the communities that matter to you.
Ways You Can Catalyze the Polls in 2020
And tell your friends about it
Make Sure You Are Registered to Vote
A great resource is I Will Vote where you can search by State and also register if you find out you aren't registered
Make Sure You Have What You Need to Register
This usually varies by State. Check here to see what you may or may not need so you can show up and catalyze (even from home) that much easier
Make Sure You Register By Your State Deadline
Voter 411 is a great personalized platform to help you stay in the know of voter specifics based on your state. Deadlines vary by state!
Know Your Terms & Actually Go Vote
Absentee ballot. Ballot initiative. Recount. These are just some words you may or may not have heard already. Educate yourself and those around you. Stay informed and take action.
Sign Up to Get Election Reminders
This is not an event you want to miss! Make sure you stay in the know. You can sign up for digital reminders of elections and updates (including how COVID may impact polling stations) here.
Know Where Your Polling Place Is
If you haven't registered to vote by mail, know where your polling place is. The party starts when you walk in!
Tell Your Friends
THIS is the event of the year and what may be the election of a lifetime. This is definitely not the time for FOMO! Tell your friends and use your voice to catalyze the polls and the communities that matter to you.
Register to Vote Today
Catalyze the Polls 2020
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