Voting is by far the most effective way to implement real and lasting change. Yet only about half of eligible voters participate in American elections. Involvement is even less at the municipal level, where the greatest impact is made. Voting goes beyond looking out for one’s own interests; it is an opportunity to implement love for your neighbor, by considering the needs of the marginalized and oppressed.
If you’re not already registered to vote, please do so. Check in with your friends, family, and neighbors to make sure they are registered as well!
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- Vote Common Good
Vote Common Good inspired, energized, and mobilized people of faith to make the common good their voting criteria by pursuing faith, hope, & love for a change on election day 2020.
- How To Vote
A state-by-state guide to voting in the age of COVID-19
by: Nathaniel Rakich and Julia Wolfe, fivethirtyeight.com
- Voting Information
Find all the information you need to vote in your state.