Elections are crucial for ending racist governmental policies. Many organizations can use your support to Get Out The Vote (GOTV), and most target progressive or voters from underrepresented groups. Opportunities to take action range from letter writing to phone banking to monetary contributions. These sites also explain the issues at stake in this very important election.
Black Voters Matter Black Voters Matter aims to increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities. They also advocate for policies to expand voting rights and access.
NAACP Power Your Vote Find ways to elect candidates who support policies that improve Black lives, who will protect voting rights, and who will protect democracy.
Rural Organizing Project‘s Defend Democracy Campaign includes a voter hotline, media outreach, and soon “an election guide by and for rural Oregonians.”
Spread The Vote helps voters get the IDs they need to make their voices heard at the polls in voter ID states. Their average ID cost is $40. That ID also opens doors to jobs, housing, medical care, and more. (Spread The Vote was started and is largely staffed by people of color.)
Vote Forward Send letters to targeted folks encouraging them to vote. Vote Forward provide the letters, with room for you to personalize. Vote Forward letters are a proven way to increase voter participation.
Vote.org is an extensive source for voter registration and voter turnout; they are a partner with the national NAACP.
Voto Latino is a grassroots organization focused on educating and empowering Latinx voters.