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It's Time to Vote

Let’s Harness Our Power to Max Out the Vote!

Election Day, November 3, is right around the corner. Planned Parenthood Votes supporters have been the driving force behind We Decide 2020: These activists have reached millions of voters by phone, mail, text, and online.

Our energy is already leading to real political power at the top of the ticket and in down-ballot races.

After four long years of Trump, people are coming out in droves to vote early and send a decisive message to this president.  As of Oct. 27, more than 66 million voters across the country have cast their ballots, and they’re voting for candidates who will protect reproductive rights and expand health care coverage.

It's Clear:

When we stand together, we elect leaders who will protect our health and rights.

But we can’t stop now. 

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Chip in to help reproductive health champions win.


Let’s Turn Out in Record Numbers

It’s our turn to prove that nothing, not even the COVID-19 pandemic or Trump’s attempted election-season sabotage, will stand in the way of our democratic commitment to voting. 

Ready to roll?

We need your help to energize every voter who cares about sexual and reproductive health and rights. Help us make every vote count.

Read on to learn how to accelerate our momentum!

3 Steps to Make Your Voice Heard

Your vote is your voice — it represents your values, your community, and the opportunities you want in life. Here’s how to use that voice to mobilize for reproductive rights champions.

1. Vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris — and Learn Your Down-Ballot Candidates

If you support reproductive rights champions but don’t know who they are by name, you’ve come to the right place.

Learn about what rights your state and federal candidates support in our voter guide.


2. Make a Plan

Do you know exactly how you’re voting? Or what your voting options are in your state? Find your state and make a plan to vote: plannedparenthoodaction.org/elections/make-plan-to-vote

Be sure to bring a mask and expect to wait — so bring a snack, too! Also, save the Election Protection hotline number in your phone: 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) to report any problem you encounter with the voting process.

3. Vote Early

There’s less than one week left to vote this election. This chart shows when early voting ends in your state: vote.org/early-voting-calendar.

If you do vote early, try to track your ballot and make sure it was received.

5 Ways to Volunteer From Home

Even if you’ve voted already or have your voting plan set, we still need your help! Take these quick get out the vote (GOTV) actions to help turn EVERYONE out.

1. Text Us

Text “VOTE” to 22422 to make a plan to vote and learn how to get involved. (You can text STOP to quit anytime, or HELP for more info. Data and standard message rates apply.)

2. Attend GOTV Events

Have a few hours this week or early next week? Find virtual and in-person events near you. Local Planned Parenthood advocacy and political organizations are hosting virtual and physically distant events all around the country.

Check out the events.

3. Join Our PPVotes Squad

As part of the PPVotes squad, you’ll take actions every week right from home. Squad membership includes a weekly volunteer shift and/or action on the Planned Parenthood Votes Outvote app.

Join the PPVotes Squad.

4. Join a Local Action Council

Local groups known as action councils help good candidates win. Join up with folks in your community who care about this election and reproductive rights:

Find your local action council.

5. Host a GOTV Event

Do you have extra time? And friends who want to elect Joe Biden as much as you do? Host an event to get out the vote! Fill out this form with your event description and location, which can be private and/or online. We’ll help you get the word out by posting your event on our website.

Host an Event


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