In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda Applauds the Reintroduction of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act
In response to the re-introduction of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act in…
With election day quickly approaching and the COVID-19 pandemic still surging, it is essential that our communities make a plan to vote and share that plan widely. We know there are attempts to suppress our vote so having a voter plan answers all the important questions you may have and ensures that your vote will be counted, and your voice will be heard. Below are tips to help you get started on creating your voter plan, however you choose to vote— by mail, early voting or in-person on election day.
MAKE A PLAN to vote – ensure your voice is heard in November. After you’ve made your plan, send it to your family and friends and encourage them to make their own plan. Here’s some sample language you can use:
Hey! In preparation for the upcoming election, I Made a Voter Plan and I encourage you to do the same. I’ve checked my voter registration status and plan to vote [in person on election day/early/by mail] on [enter date] at [enter time]. What’s your voter plan? Information on blackwomen.vote helped me make mine.