Make your voice heard!
Your vote is your voice on issues like healthcare, housing, education – and yes, child welfare!
Think your vote doesn’t matter? Think again!
There have been many times in history that a single vote was the deciding factor in a major election. In 2016, a House Representative from Wyoming won by just one vote, 583 to 582!
Worried about limiting your exposure to COVID-19? That’s okay! You can request an absentee (mail in ballot) and vote from the safety of your home!
Absentee Ballot Deadlines:
- Request by Oct 24
- Return by mail – Received by Nov 3 at 7pm
- Return in person – Nov 3 at 7pm
You can also early vote now from October 19th-November 2nd and visit your local polling place to avoid long lines!
We encourage you to take the time you need to make it to the polls!
Visit the website for your local supervisor of elections and be the change you want to see in the world!