Join us to ensure everyone has access to the ballot this November
There is so much at stake this November.
Across the country, elections at every level will determine whether to invest in education, housing, health care and many other critically needed programs, and whether the right to vote will be protected. These choices could not be more important—and we all need to work together to make sure that voters, especially those with low incomes and people of color, are able to get to the polls and make those choices.
Join our Voter Engagement Campaign by calling and writing to voters in swing states and volunteering in our Voter ID clinics. Much of this work can be done from your home. Right now we’re focusing on Georgia, Florida, and Pennsylvania, three states where we have identified areas with high proportions of people who have not registered or are infrequent voters—mostly people with low incomes or in communities of color. For our democracy to work, every voice needs to be heard.
Week after week, the toll of the pandemic grows, damaging the health and economic security of millions. Joblessness is skyrocketing; shocking numbers are running out of food, losing health insurance, and failing to pay rent. These are depression conditions, and Congress’ response must match the severity of the downturn to prevent another Great Depression. Each of these numbers point to solutions Congress must speedily enact.