November is quickly approaching, which means the upcoming presidential election is closer than ever before. Even with shelter in place orders, there are still many ways to become involved in this year’s election and do your part.
While the need to write postcards to swing states has already been fulfilled, you can still participate by donating money to cover postage for a volunteer. Plus, you’ll help save and fund the Post Office.
One way to get involved on behalf of your party of choice is with text banking. Text banking allows for quick and direct access to voters that includes important messaging and details about voting. This is the perfect way to get involved social -distance style!
If you feel comfortable enough to venture out, you can become a poll worker this election. You'll serve as a resource for voters and can also earn a little extra cash for working. Research qualifications within your county for more details.
You may already be registered to vote, but it never hurts to check in on your status. Simply search for your state’s registration check website and insert your information to confirm details on your registration.
Exercise your civic duty by casting your ballot this November! While it might seem like the most minimal way to become involved, it does not diminish its worth. It’s a privilege to be able to vote, so let’s make sure we show up for our country and the generations to come.
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