Civic Engagement, IISC-StyleSeptember 10, 2020 Leave a comment
Dear Friends of IISC,
Engagement in our electoral process is a critical way to make our voices heard for social change and racial justice. MassVote, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that seeks to increase voter participation in our state and advocates for electoral justice, says it all here: Importance of Voting.
No election in the US electoral cycle is more important than a presidential election such as the one coming up on November 3 of this year.
Will you join us in participating in one of the most important elections of our lifetime by REGISTERING to VOTE?
Make sure you, your family members, neighbors and friends are all registered to vote. It’s easy to do with this online voter registration platform.
Mail in your ballot, vote absentee or vote in person on Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Once you are registered to vote, check the requirements for voting in your state and mail in your ballot well in advance of Election Day or go safely to the polls with a mask and sanitizer on November 3rd.
Complete your 2020 Census application.
It’s not too late to complete the 2020 brief census online application which ensures that your community, neighborhood and city accesses critical funds and resources for schools, health care, and roads.
Take advantage of these voter information resources if you live in Massachusetts.
If you are a voter in Massachusetts, learn more here about who is running for elected office, how to get more information about the candidates, when and where you can vote (particularly in light of COVID-19), and more.