Today is National Request your Ballot Day! Support immigrant voters to get out the immigrant vote!
The importance of the immigrant vote in this election cannot be overstated. Newly eligible immigrant voters in key swing states have the power to shift the outcome of national and local elections. But with countless barriers to voting — massive attempts at voter suppression, fear of voting during a pandemic, people feeling intimated or confused by the process, and language access issues — we must take action to support our communities to engage in the elections and encourage voting-eligible family and friends to cast their ballots.
From now until Nov. 3rd, NNIRR will be providing resources and materials to support the get-out-the-vote efforts. Today, we provide links to find out if you and your family and friends are registered to vote, and if not, where to go to easily register — as well as, information on requesting a mail-in ballot.
- Find out if you are registered to vote
- Register to vote
- How to vote in all 50 states: a resource from the Washington Post
- Voting by mail is safe. If you are eligible, be sure to request your ballot as soon as possible to ensure that you both receive it and can return it in time. Visit vote.org to request your ballot and to see your state’s deadlines.
NNIRR’s election resource page provides updates and a growing set of tools on voter registration, the voting process and other resources for immigrant voters:
Check back often for updates and new resources!
NNIRR is proud to work together with you and partner organizations to push for human rights, social justice, and fair, just, and humane immigration policy. Now and always, we continue to ensure that migrant community voices are at the center of immigration policy reforms.
NNIRR is a nonpartisan 501c3 organization and does not endorse any political candidate.
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