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What’s your voting plan?

The coming election in the United States is one of the most important in our history. As a feminist platform, we are encouraging all our readers to register and have a plan to vote. But we’re asking you to not just be thinking about yourself. Ask your friends and family: Are you registered at your current address? What’s your voting plan? We all belong to circles of communities: friends, workplaces, families, and social groups. Check in with your people and make sure they know their options.

This website will give you the state-by-state resources you need. You can check your registration status, request an absentee ballot if available, look up your polling station, and even look at your voting history. If you’ve voted by mail, you can check to verify that your vote has been counted.

This election is likely to proceed unlike any before. Intersectional feminists have a responsibility to be informed and engaged citizens. Make sure you’re ready to do your part. Vote early and bring your people with you.

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2 Responses

  1. Em says:

    I’m practically counting the days until my ballot arrives.

  2. Ziff says:

    Thanks for the push! My voting plan is to jump on in-person early voting as soon as my state opens it (which is in about two weeks).

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