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If the last few years have taught us anything—and between the government’s response to the pandemic and state-level attacks on abortion rights, it’s taught us a lot—it’s that we can’t lose sight of who’s in office. And it’s not just about who sits in the White House. It’s about selecting the state legislators, attorneys general, and school board members who wield tremendous power over your community. Though threats of voter suppression can make casting a ballot seem intimidating, it’s still one of the most effective ways to be heard and make a difference.
Take a few minutes and select the form below to get started, and be sure to cast your vote on Nov. 8.