Voting In Black
Every year is an election year - and in every election, your vote counts. From progress on student loan forgiveness and some state-level protection for reproductive rights to the appointment of the first Black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court - your vote and voice were heard.
It is our job to vote in the best interest of Black people because we know what it takes for us to continue to thrive. Join us in rebuilding America's broken democracy by ensuring that you and your loved ones are registered to vote for the upcoming election season.
Let's vote in Black on November 7.
We need every vote we can get to protect our democracy. Sign up for text and email reminders to receive important information about upcoming election dates and deadlines near you.
Registering to vote can take less than 10 minutes to complete. Exercise your right to defend democracy by registering to participate in upcoming elections.
Being away from home is no excuse for not voting! If you are unable to vote at your designated polling place, request your absentee ballot.
Confirm your voter registration status to ensure you are ready to go once the polls open!
A broken democracy continues to challenge our right to vote, creating a threat as we know it. From now until election season, we need your help to turn out as many voters as possible. Sign up to help contact voters within your community.
If you haven't registered to vote yet–or know someone who isn't registered to vote–now is the time to register and mobilize. Our democracy is slipping off the edge of a cliff.- Derrick Johnson, President and CEO, NAACP