Most people I know have these sites bookmarked, and getting into the habit of checking every couple of weeks.
Some additional things you can do:
1) Make a plan! – Plan for early voting, for mailing in you ballot (or dropping it off at you polling place!), for being in line, for getting to your polling place, for when the weather may turn foul, for when the lines may be longer than expected, etc. Plan by yourself, but especially with your family, doing so will increase the likelyhood you are to vote.
2) Reach out to at least five others! – Whether family, friends, coworkers, acquaintances, encourage and work with at least five other people to make plans for voting day. And encourage them to make five contacts of their own. Consider offering voting day planning assistance.
3) Think about becoming a poll worker! – It’s a voluntary position that is a front row seat to our democracy. Many people I have talked to have had positive and eye-opening experiences volunteering for these positions.
4) Pass out voter registration forms! – For any event that you may participate in try to hand out voter registration forms, or if you own a location make voter registration forms visible and accessible. Encourage everyone to grab a copy, and make those plans.
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