October 29, 2020
In a year that has already made history in so many ways, the upcoming elections on Tuesday, November 3 are set to be historic. As we approach Election Day, it is more important than ever to be informed and prepared to vote.
Making our voices heard with our votes is not only our right, but also a responsibility that connects past, present, and future generations of Americans. It is our duty to be informed voters. While the presidency and Congress are certainly important, we also need to be engaged in state and local elections that have significant impacts on our day-to-day lives. Sample ballot tools, like this one from Ballotpedia, are a great way to stay informed on all the elections you can expect to see on your ballot.
In an unpredictable year like this one, it is just as important how you plan to cast your vote as it is who you choose to vote for. I encourage you all to make a voting plan, as you may be submitting your ballot in a different way this year.
· Early Voting: Early voting began Saturday, October 24 and goes through Sunday, November 1. Your early voting location may be different from your usual polling place, so be sure to look it up in advance.
· Voting in Person on Election Day: Plan for potential crowds and long lines. If you are voting in person, whether early or on Election Day, protect yourself and others from COVID-19 by wearing a mask.
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