Election 2020: The Chronicle’s Guide to Voting


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Hannah Han

The Chronicle has compiled a list of voting resources below in light of the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election.

My School Votes CA: https://linktr.ee/myschoolvotesca (Contact Allie Landecker ’21 or Allegra Saltzman ’21 for more information.)

“When We All Vote is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that is on a mission to increase participation in every election and close the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting, harnessing grassroots energy, and through strategic partnerships to reach every American.”

Reclaim Our Vote: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/reclaim-our-vote-signup

“Ongoing voter suppression and voter list purging have been disenfranchising millions of eligible voters—specially voters of color. Reclaim Our Vote works in those voter suppression states.  Our volunteers inform and mobilize voters of color to make sure they are registered and they know how to get a ballot and vote.”

Rise Free: risefree.org

“Rise trains and hires community college and university students to organize campaigns focused on eliminating tuition and fees, expanding financial aid and ending student hunger and homelessness, and getting out the vote. Rise also created the Student Navigator Network to provide case management and one-on-one assistance to students affected by COVID-19.”

Rock the Vote: https://register.rockthevote.com/registrants/new?partner=37284&source=WWAV&tracking=MSV_2020_Fellows_westcoast_DM_Personal

“Rock the Vote is the most trusted and effective nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building the political power of young people. Our first partnership, with MTV, promoted the message that ‘Censorship is Un-American’ and activated millions of young people across the country to exercise their rights and represent their interests. For thirty years, we have continuously adapted to the changing landscapes of media, technology and culture to breakthrough and empower each new generation.”