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Early voting begins tomorrow

From passing a Fair Tax to addressing our public health crisis to winning racial justice, there is a lot at stake in this General Election. It has never been more important that each of us cast our ballot. In the midst of COVID-19, we urge our members to do so EARLY and SAFELY.



First, check your registration status at

If you need to register, follow the prompts to do so online. The standard registration deadline is October 18, 2020.

Voting by mail

Because of concerns about voter safety and COVID-19, voting by mail has been expanded for the 2020 General Election. If you have not received a mail ballot application at your home address, visit the to request one.

Early voting

You can also cast your ballot in-person before Election Day at select locations. Early voting will be open September 24 – November 2, 2020.

Voting in person

If you don’t vote early or by mail, in-person voting will still be available on November 3. (Remember that this year, Election Day will be a holiday for K-12 schools and university civil servants.)

Your vote is your voice. Be sure to raise it by casting your ballot safely in this critical General Election!

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