FIGHT TO VOTE. VOTE TO LIVE.
MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE
Do you live in one of these states? We can help you make a plan to vote!
CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS
Let's make sure you're ready to vote. You can use this voting tool to:
VOLUNTEER WITH US
Become a Poll Worker
As coronavirus continues to impact Americans across the country, we are also seeing a staggering decrease in poll workers — which could mean closed polling places and long delays for elections in 2020. You can help make sure we have a safe, fair, efficient election for all voters, and potentially get paid to do it.
WRITE LETTERS THROUGH OUR
PARTNERSHIP WITH VOTE FORWARD
Help us reach our goal of writing 20,000 letters by October 1st!
SPONSOR A VOTER
What would I be sponsoring?
There are more than 5,200,000 people in the U.S. who are not registered to vote. That number gravely undermines our democracy.
CCAN Action Fund wants to change that by reaching out to potential voters who need help making a plan to vote. When you make a donation to our Fight to Vote campaign, you will be sponsoring the printing and mailing of various forms needed for people to register to vote and/or vote by mail. You will also be helping us covering the cost of our text banks, where we reach these potential voters and direct them to our voting tool!
Where would I be sponsoring voters?
FIGHTING TO VOTE IN MARYLAND
We didn’t think we would have to fight voter suppression in Maryland. But Governor Hogan’s recent decision to require Maryland voters to cast ballots in person in November puts at risk the lives of both voters and poll workers. His plan to require that voting by mail occur only through an application for an absentee ballot creates unnecessary confusion and will suppress votes.
SIGN THE PLEDGE
The Fight to Vote Pledge
I pledge to register to vote.
I pledge to make a plan to vote – whether it is by mail or in person.
I pledge to make sure my friends and family members who can vote, do vote.
I pledge to take action to fight against voter suppression and make sure everyone is given the resources they need to vote.