Election day is Jan. 5
Registration deadlines
Online: Dec. 7
By mail: Postmarked by Dec. 7
Absentee ballot deadlines
Request: Jan. 1
Return by mail: Received by Jan. 5 by 7:00 p.m.
Return in person: Jan. 5 by 7:00 p.m.
Early voting
Dec. 14 – Jan. 1, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live

Art By Noah Scanlin

Exercise your right to vote!

The upcoming election may be the most important of our lifetimes.

People gave their lives for your Right to Vote.

Stop Voter Suppression!

Voter Suppression is accelerating at an alarming rate all across the country. Art Against Racism in partnership with When We All Vote knows it’s your right to vote and discourages any and all attempts to keep people from the polls. Click here for answers to questions about your right to vote, and then plan your vote. Our lives depend on it!  

Power the Polls!

Help Staff your Local Polling Place!

This year we face a record shortage of poll workers. Most poll workers in every state are over 60 years old, and more susceptible to the effects of the Covid pandemic. Our democracy relies on everyday people to help ensure the accuracy of the vote. It’s not about partisanship – it’s about ensuring that our communities have access and support for their right to vote. Poll workers are provided training, personal protective equipment and most are paid* for their service to the country. Young, healthy people – we need you!