Democracy depends on ensuring that every voter has an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot, free from restrictions that have a discriminatory impact. There is, perhaps, no more fundamental right in a democracy than the vote.
ADL supports and promotes nonpartisan efforts to encourage voting and make it more accessible for all U.S. citizens, 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 voter turnout.
Learn more about your voting options and what candidates are on your ballot:
Want to ensure your voice is heard in the 2020 Election? Use ADL's voting rights tool to get ready to cast your ballot. You can confirm your registration status, check what options you have for voting in person or via the mail, see what changes your state has implemented in response to COVID-19, and view which candidates you will choose from.
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)
KNOW YOUR OPTIONS (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 at Work Elections
Looking for more information about voting in your state? Get reliable answers from TrustedInfo2020.org