Learn how to vote — and make a plan for it — whether you're voting early in person, absentee by mail, or on Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 8).
On National Voter Registration Day, the work of ensuring that eligible voters can exercise their fundamental right remains critical
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Election Day is today — and every single day through Tuesday, November 3. If you’re able to vote, this is the time to show that nothing will stand in your way.
Those who came before us believed that access to the ballot box would give us the power to validate our humanity as equal to white people’s. But we are still so, so far from equality. And we are still not being heard.
Black Women Have Championed Voting Rights Throughout American History — As Suffragists, Freedom Riders, and Trailblazers
Institutions built on systemic racism have whitewashed America’s voting rights history.
The 19th amendment gave white women the right to vote, but Black women were subjected to discriminatory poll taxes and Jim Crow laws until the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Wisconsin April Election: How Poll Volunteers and Voters Were Forced to Risk Their Health, and What Officials Must Do Now
A volunteer poll worker shares her story from the front lines of the dangerous election in Wisconsin — where voters and poll workers are now coming down with COVID-19.
Our new website uncovers the facts around attacks on our sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Our Power of Pink volunteer convening will teach you how to fight back against attacks on reproductive rights. Register now!