VOTE FOR EQUALITY
Best Option: Vote EARLY and IN-PERSON
STEP ONE: Check your registration
Voter ID: Need help with a voter ID? Contact VoteRiders.org for assistance
BONUS POINTS: Get Notified of Future Changes: Register at Voterly.com to be notified if your voter file changes
This registration should identify unexpected changes / voter roll purges (voter purge overview, Pew Charitable Trusts)
STEP TWO: Plan When/Where to Vote
(2021 voting will be in GA and VA)
Voting during a pandemic
GOOD: Vote by mail and send your ballot two weeks before the deadline
BETTER: Drop off an absentee ballot
BEST: Vote early + in person (these early votes are reported with Election Day results)
STEP THREE: Know What's On Your Ballot
Know which issues are important to you and where the candidates stand:
Click "Find What's On Your Ballot" at the top of this page from Vote411.org (a project by the League of Women Voters)
STEP FOUR: Spread the word
Post a selfie: Download our Voter Pledge, fill it out, and post it online. Don't forget to tag @VoteEqualityUS on IG / FB / Twitter!
STEP FIVE: VOTE!
STEP SIX (IF APPLICABLE): TRACK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
If you submit a request for an absentee ballot, track your ballot (Georgia tracking here and Virginia tracking here). You can check on its progress / processing. If there are any issues that caused your absentee ballot to be rejected, you have an opportunity to "cure" your ballot by Friday, 3 days after the election.