Things to Do on Election Day
Lead by example. Make sure to proudly display your "I've Voted!" sticker when you're done.
Find Out if Your Employer is Required to Give Time Off to Vote
This requirement varies from state to state. Find out about your state's policy.
Maximize Your Visibility
Be creative! Get folks to stand on the side of the street with signs asking "Did You Vote Today?" Leaflet the parking lots with flyers reminding people to vote before the polls close.
Get Voters to the Polls
Find reliable multi-passenger vehicles for use on Election Day. Set up a system to keep track of who needs a ride and how to communicate that to the drivers. Find volunteers to drive the vans and work the phones. Decide if you want to offer rides all day, or just part of the day. The Democratic and Republican parties will likely be asking for volunteers to give rides as well. Visit their websites for more information.
Host an Election Night Party
Host a get-together to watch the election results!
Tell Us About Your Experienc!
We want to hear from you! Let us know about your experience at the polls on this historic day. Send your feedback to email@example.com.