It’s never too early to share information about how individuals can be ready to vote in the general election on November 3, 2020.
The following templates are meant to help you and your nonprofit begin to engage your staff, volunteers, members, clients, and community as potential voters by explaining how they can be ready to vote well ahead of Election Day. The templates also provide tangible steps for them to get involved in the democratic process.
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We not only encourage you to read and copy the information from the templates, we are asking you to do it! You can give us credit by tagging us in social media posts on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Dear [ Name of Receiver],
Are you ready to vote in the election on November 3? At [insert organization] we believe it’s never too early to make sure you’re ready to make your voice heard in the fall election. To help you prepare, we created a simple checklist you can follow:
Already prepared for the election? Fantastic! Share the checklist with three friends, family members, or neighbors so they’re prepared, too!
Hi! I’m [name of sender] with [insert organization] and we’re making sure our community is ready for the election on Nov 3. Prepare by checking your voting information at canivote.org then share this text with 3 others to make sure they’re ready to vote!
Get ready to vote today!
It’s never too early to make sure you are prepared to cast your ballot by November 3.
Use canivote.org and ballotready.org to make sure you’re #voteready and share this post so your friends and family can get ready to vote, too!
Don’t wait! Get #voteready today:
@canivote.org and @BallotReady
Thank you for attending [insert webinar or meeting title]. While we’re waiting to get started, we encourage you to get ready to vote by…
You can use canivote.org and ballotready.org to find all of this information!
Make it more interactive by creating or using a checklist graphic to share with your posts. It may even be something they can print out and actively check off as they complete tasks to make sure they are ready to vote.
Utilize common hashtags like #voteready or #2020elections to amplify your posts on Facebook or Twitter.
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