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Research shows that voters are more likely to vote if they have a plan on what they need to do, logistically, on the day they cast their ballot. This genre of civic tech makes it easy for a voter to put together a plan that coincides with local election dates, deadlines, locations, and modalities.

Register to vote. Check your registration status. Get your absentee ballot. Fast, free, easy, secure, nonpartisan.

A website dedicated to helping employers create vote-friendly workplace policies, and celebrating those that do

I Will Vote

Select your state, make sure you're registered to vote, then choose how you're going to vote this year. Built by the Democrats.

Every Vote In

This easy-to-use tool from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office will guide you through the ways you can cast your ballot safely in 2020.


A free relational organizing technique informed by behavioral science; a lightweight relational organizing approach that reaches non-activists; a commit-to-vote replacement that doesn’t insult your supporters.

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