Learn how to check your polling place, make a plan to vote, encourage others, and volunteer if you can.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, but in most states you can vote early or vote by mail. Check your state and make a plan to vote here.
Free Lyft Rides: If you’re a current student veteran or military-affiliated student and you’d like a free Lyft ride to the polls, contact us for your discount code.
Did you know 96% of student veterans are voting this year? Make a plan to #VOTE like a veteran and spread the word at https://t.co/lqjuXWwjEG. Thanks to @deshaunabarber, @NateBoyer37, @DavidEigenberg, @Jenn13Jenn13, and @HISHAMTAWFIQ! pic.twitter.com/YsRxgeMTdn
— Student Veterans of America (@studentvets) October 23, 2020
Stand up and serve this #ElectionDay! Make a plan to vote, encourage others, and sign up to serve as a #pollworker if you can: https://www.studentveterans.org/vote #WeAreSVA
America is facing a record shortage of poll workers this year due to the coronavirus. SVA has partnered with Power the Polls to connect student veterans and military-affiliated students with opportunities to volunteer at the polls. There is still a need to fill positions in multiple states. If you’d like to learn more about working the polls in your area, Sign up here to get started.
If you previously signed up to be a poll worker but haven’t heard from your local election officials about any training needed, you can look up their contact information at powerthepolls.org/search. You can also text 833-344-0071 for help contacting your local Board of Elections.
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