Voting Is Worth It

There are more than 2.5 million domestic workers in the United States. The majority are immigrants and women of color, who have historically faced challenges at the polls.

Our elections will determine our access to family care and care jobs for years to come. And elections happen all the time — not just every four years. A powerful way for the voices of domestic workers and family caregivers to be heard is to vote.

Register to vote — or check to see if you are still registered. Be sure to request an absentee ballot as soon as possible if you’re not sure if you’ll have time to vote on election day.

Your voice is too important to be silenced by the modern-day equivalents of poll taxes and literacy tests of the Jim Crow era. Elections are where WE ALL CHOOSE, not just the few.

Learn more about why elections matter and make a plan to vote in the next election.

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Vote | Please Vote!

Why Elections Matter

Voting is one way to make a difference in our lives and communities.

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Vote | Make A Plan

Make a Plan To Vote

Make a plan that works for you so you can be sure your voice is heard.

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Voting Rights

Fighting Voter Suppression

No one — and nothing — should make it hard for us to cast our ballots.

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Vote | Track Your Ballot

Make Sure Your Vote Counts

One of the last steps is making sure your ballot is received.

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National Domestic Workers Alliance does not endorse, support or oppose candidates for public office.