The Election Is Less Than Two Months Away, Learn Where and How to Vote
The upcoming 2020 Presidential Election may be the most important in our history, so make your vote count.
We are voting for so much more than who we want in the White House; we are voting for someone to save our democracy and move our country forward. COVID-19, systemic racism, and climate change have been plaguing our country during what has been an extremely tumultuous year. When we vote in November, we need to vote for a leader who will address these issues head-on and do what is best for all American citizens. There will be multiple ways to vote: in-person, by mail, or by dropping off your ballot at a local station.
We must pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, support automatic and same-day voter registration, and help fund secure state voting systems.
That’s what @JoeBiden and I will do when we’re in the White House.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) September 6, 2020
a lot of things feel scary, dangerous and uncertain right now… but there are things within our control: voting, contacting lawmakers, and taking the census. the most important thing you can do right now to take the power back is become a voter and know when your next election.. pic.twitter.com/SGRlNlwUgE
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 29, 2020
There have been concerns about voter fraud, with the current President suggesting that voters should attempt to vote twice despite that being a felony. The effects of COVID-19 have also added stresses to the postal service, causing voters to worry that mailed-in votes may not be counted. Those concerns have led to calls for more funding for USPS. Many polling stations are also looking for volunteers to work on election days to help the process run smoothly.
If you’re able, sign up to be a poll worker this fall.
— Voting Info Project (@VotingInfo) September 1, 2020