Vote EARLY and IN-PERSON
(when and where available)
STEP ONE: Check your registration
Voter ID: Need help with a voter ID? Contact VoteRiders.org for assistance
BONUS POINTS: Get Notified of Future Changes: Register to be notified if anything changes in your voter file (Voterly.com)
This registration should help identify any unexpected changes / voter roll purges (voter purge overview, Pew Charitable Trusts)
STEP TWO: Plan When/Where to Vote
Helpful article: Four Ways to Safely Cast Your Ballot Without USPS
NOTE: Do not delay in creating a plan particularly because there is no guarantee you will be able to execute your usual plan during the pandemic. Please consider early voting in person, if available in your state. Early and in person votes will be counted on Election Day (and reported November 3rd) as opposed to absentee ballots which will be numerous and slower to be reported.
Voting during a pandemic
GOOD: Vote by mail and send your ballot by October 20th
BETTER: Drop off an absentee ballot / early vote at a physical location
BEST: Vote early + in person (available in 38 states - click button below)
STEP THREE: Plan Your Votes
STEP FOUR: Spread the word
Post a selfie: Download our Voter Pledge, print it, add the reason you will Vote Equality this year, and post it online. Don't forget to tag @VoteEqualityUS on IG / FB / Twitter!