Go Vote Together

GO. VOTE. TOGETHER!

It’s Time for the #PartyToThePolls Finale!!!

You are the largest generation in US history. Now make your own history!

CAST YOUR BALLOT! CLAIM YOUR POWER!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTING:

  1. WHEN TO VOTE?
    1. Election Day – November 6th!
    2. Early Voting make things easier! Check out if you can vote early in your state.
    3. If you voting by mail, most states require a postage stamp. Of course, you can buy them in a post office! But did you know most pharmacies and supermarkets sell them as well. And don’t forget to sign your ballot. 
  2. WHERE will you vote?
    1. Voting on Election Day? Find your polling place!
    2. Check out the opening hours!
    3. Voting early? Early voting centers may not be your polling place. Be sure to check with your local secretary of state or board of elections. If you need more help, contact The League Of Women Voters!
  3. WHAT DOES A BALLOT LOOK LIKE?
    1. You can view sample ballots here. They vary state by state.
  4. WANNA CHECK ONE MORE TIME? Check if you are registered!
  5. DON’T KNOW HOW TO GET TO YOUR POLLING PLACE?
    1. Uber is offering free rides to the polling stations on November 6th with the Get To The Polls Button on the App. They’re working with our Partner #VoteTogether.
    2. Lyft offers a 50% discount and free rides in underserved communities through Partners like Voto Latino, Urban League and others.
    3. Walk, Run, March, Dance, Skateboard or Carpool to cast your ballot!
  6. WHAT TO DO IF YOUR NAME IS NOT ON THE LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS:
    1. If you believe you are registered to vote but your name does not appear on the list of registered voters in your district, you are permitted to have a PROVISIONAL BALLOT instead. Ask for a provisional ballot receipt. If you have any problems, you can call the Voter Protection hotline (866-OUR-VOTE)
    2. The provisional ballot is a way to make sure voters are not excluded from voting based on administrative errors. If you cannot show the proper identification, your eligibility is challenged by a poll watcher, your name is not on the list of registered voters, or your eligibility cannot be established any other way, then you are permitted a provisional ballot.
    3. Since these ballots can take longer to process than regular ballots, states may be motivated to reduce the number of provisional ballots they give out.
    4. There are three states that DO NOT provide provisional ballots. They are Minnesota, New Hampshire and Idaho. In New Hampshire, you can register on the same day as the general election.
    5. For a full list of the state-specific rules about provisional ballots visit click here.

 

CONGRATULATIONS!

You completed the process of voting and you looked great doing it!

Now, get ready for the fun part: THE PARTY TO THE POLLS

NEXT: ACTIVATE YOUR INNER ACTIVIST  

NOV. 6 IS ELECTION DAY! TODAY IS THE DAY TO BAND TOGETHER AND GO VOTE WITH YOUR FRIENDS.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTING:

  1. Check your registration: https://www.rockthevote.org/.  Plan
  2. WHERE will you vote?
    1. Required to vote in person? Click here to find your polling place.
  1. WHEN TO VOTE?
    1. Election Day – November 6th!
  1. WHAT DOES A BALLOT LOOK LIKE?
    1. You can view sample ballots here. They vary state by state.
  1. WHAT TO DO IF YOUR NAME IS NOT ON THE LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS:
    1. If you believe you are registered to vote but your name does not appear on the list of registered voters in your district, you are permitted to have a PROVISIONAL BALLOT instead
    2. The provisional ballot is a way to make sure voters are not excluded from voting based on administrative errors. If you cannot show the proper identification, your eligibility is challenged by a poll watcher, your name is not on the list of registered voters, or your eligibility cannot be established any other way, then you are permitted a provisional ballot.
    3. Since these ballots can take longer to process than regular ballots, states may be motivated to reduce the number of provisional ballots they give out.
    4. There are three states that DO NOT provide provisional ballots. They are Minnesota, New Hampshire and Idaho. In New Hampshire, you can register on the same day as the general election.
    5. For a full list of the state-specific rules about provisional ballots visit click here.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS!

You completed the process of voting and you looked great doing it!

Now, get ready for the fun part: THE PARTY TO THE POLLS

ELECTION DAY IS NOVEMBER 6TH, 2018

READY TO PARTY TO THE POLLS??

PARTY PACKS CLICK HERE:

ON NOVEMBER 6TH YOU CAN VOTE IN PERSON

VERIFY YOUR POLLING PLACE: https://www.vote.org/polling-place-locator/

What voter ID do you need to bring:  https://www.voteriders.org

NEED A RIDE TO CAST YOUR BALLOT?

Lyft uis offering free rides to polling places: https://blog.lyft.com/posts/2018/8/22/get-out-the-vote

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YOU’RE NOT DONE! IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE YOUR VOTE!

AFTER YOUR VOTE TOGETHER, PARTY TOGETHER AND WATCH WHAT HAPPENS IN THE NATIONAL ELECTION!!

NEXT: ACTIVATE YOUR INNER ACTIVIST