Black voter turnout in the 2020 election will decide America’s future and determine whether or not our country moves toward justice and equality for all. How we vote will determine who has the power to make decisions on what is taught in our classrooms; if and how police are held accountable for their actions; the right to livable wages; and access to quality, affordable health care.
With so much at stake, the NAACP is mobilizing volunteers in communities across the country to make sure that Black voters do not sit out on these critical elections and instead show up to vote in record numbers. Our research shows that an extra push from someone you know, or can relate to, can be all the motivation needed to get infrequent voters to the polls. We’re asking strong, frequent voters like you to reach out to people in your community who vote less frequently and encourage them to exercise their power at the ballot box in the upcoming election.
To report a problem on election day please visit https://866ourvote.org/state/ or call (866-OUR-VOTE)
VOLUNTEER WITH THE NAACP CIVIC ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM
To learn more about the Civic Engagement Volunteer Program, please visit naacp.org/volunteer.