Engaging America’s nonprofits in voting and elections.

Use these Election Day tools to assist and encourage voters on Tuesday, November 4th. Voters are more likely to participate if they believe turnout will be high, and your reminders can convince people to head to the polls.

Voting early by-mail or in-person is often more convenient than casting a ballot on Election Day. Learn about your options for voting early and request an absentee ballot.

Get "Vote November 4" Stickers

Election Day is Tuesday and there’s still time to make sure voters turn out! Download and print “Vote November 4″ stickers (compatible with Avery Labels #5294). Focus on sharing information about how and where to vote. Be prepared to answer questions about voting logistics and ask voters about their plans to cast a ballot. Research has shown that being asked to think about or visualize your plan to vote increases the chance that you will actually vote. Browse all of our nonpartisan get-out-the-vote resources for nonprofits.

What Nonprofit Staff Can Do

Nonprofit staff members often have questions about their personal involvement in political campaigns or work with candidates. Outside of work, employees are free to volunteer for candidate campaigns or engage in other partisan political activities. However, it is important to make clear distinctions between personal and professional efforts. Learn about nonprofit staff and elections.