Voting Rights and the 2022 Election
Democracy depends on ensuring that voters have an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot, free from deliberate barriers to voting that threaten to deny our freedom to vote. There is, perhaps, no more fundamental right in a democracy than the vote.
ADL supports and promotes nonpartisan efforts to encourage voting and make voting safe and accessible, so that everyone is able to take part in this critical aspect of our democracy. This is especially important at this time, as we work to overcome obstacles that could negatively impact fair access to the ballot.
Learn more about your voting options and which candidates are on your ballot:
Want to ensure your voice is heard in the 2022 Election? Use the voting rights tool below to get ready to cast your ballot. You can register to vote, confirm your registration status, find out what’s on your ballot, find your polling place, and learn about upcoming electoral debates in your area.
Looking for more information to prepare for casting your ballot? Want to find ways to volunteer on election day? Find all that and more in the following resources:
VOTING DURING COVID-19 (PDF)
VOTING WITH CHILDREN (PDF)
FIRST TIME VOTING (PDF)
STUDENT VOTERS (PDF)
Check your registration status, confirm your polling location and request a mail-in ballot if you are eligible at Vote.org
Volunteer to be a poll worker with Power the Polls
Learn more about voting and upcoming elections at https://866ourvote.org/ or call the Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE