Protesters at the March on Washington in 1963. The Voting Rights Act was signed in 1965 - read more here.

One of the easiest and most important things we can do to influence change here in the United States is to vote. Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Do you need an Absentee ballot?

(Need to know how voting works in your state? Click here to find out.)

We have tools, provided by vote.org embedded into this page that will allow you to register to vote (if necessary), verify your voter registration (to make sure you're ready and able to vote), or to request an absentee ballot.

If you have questions about voting by mail, click here for more information about it.

REGISTER TO VOTE

VERIFY YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION

REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT


NEXT STEPS

For extra credit, tell your friends, family, coworkers and associates to vote. If you need some help on that, this wikihow article that has illustrations to really bring the point home.

Beyond that, you can adopt a battleground state with Vote Save America - and help our fellow Americans cast their vote and participate this November (and in every election after that, forever).

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