Make a plan to vote!
Make a plan to vote!

Make a plan to vote!
Make a plan to vote!

Get Vote Ready

We want to make sure that everyone who is eligible to vote in the upcoming election is #VoteReady and has a plan to vote.

Having a plan to vote means you’ve decided the who, what, where, when and how of casting your vote. Take some time today to think about your plan to vote and get ready to put your plan in place between now and Election Day, November 8. Our Voter Hub has information you can use to help make your plan.


Don’t leave one of the most important parts of participating in democracy up to chance: make a vote plan today. When creating your plan, make sure you:

  • Know how you’re voting – by mail or in-person;
  • Decide what time you’re voting, if you’re voting in person;
  • Know the address of your ballot drop-off location or polling place;
  • Decide how you’re going to get to your polling place;
  • Research the candidates and issues on your ballot.

Our votes matter, and help determine the outcome of important federal, state, and local elections. Put your plan in place between now and November 8 to ensure your votes reflect your values. Once you have your plan in place, encourage your family and friends to make their plans to vote, too.