Make a Plan to Vote This Election Season
The politicians in power want to pick and choose who can vote and how votes will be counted this election. That means it’s more important than ever to turn out — either by voting early before Election Day, or by voting on Election Day before the polls close.
We won't let fear stop us from turning out in record numbers and making sure our votes are counted. The United States has always held elections and upheld the results, even in times of great crisis. We held successful presidential elections amid the Civil War, the Great Depression, and both world wars.
Now it's our turn to prove that nothing — not even this pandemic or voter suppression — will stand in your way of voting if you are able to vote. The best way to ensure your vote gets counted is to make a plan to vote.
First Step: Register to Vote
The United States doesn’t automatically register people to vote. See if you’re registered. If you’re not, register now.
When you register online, you’ll need to enter your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social security number. You’ll also need to either submit a photo of your signature online, or print and mail your signed registration form.