Voting and Election Resources: An Index

The November 8 election is coming up very soon; in some states, voter registration deadlines have already passed, mail ballots are being sent out, and/or Early Voting has started. So much is at stake (climate, democracy, Rule of Law, voting rights, women’s personhood, health and reproductive rights, etc.). Please double-check to make sure you’re registered to vote (and your registration information is accurate), then vote (early if that’s an option where you are), and encourage and help others you know to vote—especially young or first-time voters or people who have moved. (If you vote by mail, read all instructions very carefully, sign where indicated, and make sure your signature is representative of your official signature so it should closely match the signature they have on file and is not likely to be rejected. Drop it off at an official drop-off location, or mail it in well before the deadline so it will arrive in time. Make sure you use adequate postage, if postage is required.)

Here is a listing of our most recent posts related to voting, elections, and democracy (in the United States):

Key resources/websites:

On Twitter, please follow these lists of key groups and experts:

and our lists that are specific to:

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October 17, 2022

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