Nonprofit VOTE is a founding partner for National Voter Education Week! National Voter Education Week (NVEW) is a campaign that equips voters with the tools, information, and confidence they need to cast their ballots this Fall. NVEW is a week-long digital campaign with a different theme for each day. 

If you want to participate in the whole week, you can view shareables here. Making sure potential voters have the information they need to register and vote can increase turnout, especially with more voters  casting a ballot from home for the first time.

RSVP NOW for our October 7 “Voter Education Week!”

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


A. Templates
Email or Letter

Dear [Name of recipient]

It’s National Voter Education Week! We’re four weeks out from the election which means it’s the perfect time to make sure you and your friends and family are ready to vote by November 3. Get #VoteReady today by: 

We know our democracy is stronger when everyone who can, makes their voice heard by casting a ballot. Can’t vote? No problem! Sharing valuable information with members of your community who can is just as important.

Sincerely

[Organization Signature]

 
B. Text Message

Hi, I’m [name] with [name of organization]. This week’s National Voter Education Week! Get yourself and your friends #VoteReady by visiting votereducationweek.org/content 

 
C. Facebook Post

We’re 4 weeks from Election Day! It’s the perfect time to make sure you and your friends are #VoteReady Get ready to cast a ballot by: 

Checking what’s on your ballot @Vote411,

Signing up for a mail-in ballot or making a vote plan canivote.org,

Consider signing-up as a poll worker eac.gov/voters/become-poll-worker,

And sharing information with friends #weready2020

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D. Twitter Post

It’s National Voter Education Week! Get #VoteReady!

Check what’s on your ballot @Vote411,

Sign up for a mail-in ballot or making a vote plan canivote.org,

Consider signing-up as a poll worker eac.gov/voters/become-poll-worker, and Share information with friends #weready2020

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E. Webinar Chat

Our webinar will begin shortly! While you’re waiting, get ready to vote this National Voter Education Week: votereducationweek.org/content


Tips

Get involved in all of National Voter Education Week if you can! As a national event, it’s a great way to get your information amplified and shared more broadly. Don’t forget to take advantage of their shareables to get more attention in your emails and on social media. 

Resources

Find resources that better address the needs of specific demographics in our resource library.