It’s precisely because voting in this year’s general election on November 3 feels so critical that it can also feel so overwhelming.
Do you know if you’re registered to vote in your state? What if you recently moved? When does early voting begin in your state? How late can you send back your mail-in ballot? How do you request an absentee ballot? Do you need a driver’s license to vote in your state?
In 2020, there are more resources than ever to walk voters through everything that could possibly stand between them and the polling booth. To take it a step further, Protect Our Winters teamed up with popular