Kal Penn Voting Resources
KAL PENN APPROVES VOTING
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Voting Rules for Your State
FiveThirtyEight's 'How to Vote in the 2020 Election' provides a state-by-state guide to voting and the most up-to-date information.
Find Your Polling Location
Even if you voted in the last election, your polling location could have changed. Make sure you know where to go: Polling place locator.
Who and What's on Your Ballot?
Remember, we're not only voting for the president in November, there are also state and local elections, as well as ballot measures.
· Find out who and what's on your ballot at Ballotpedia.org.
· Learn your candidates' stances on various issues at Vote411.org.
Volunteer to Be a Poll Worker
Elections don't run themselves. Learn more about how you can volunteer at Powerthepolls.org.
Additional Ways to Get Involved:
Consider becoming a Girls Who Code facilitator! They're a non-profit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. Volunteer at girlswhocode.com.
The Supreme Court:
If you are supporting the current nominee, you could sign a petition or volunteer your time with The Federalist Society: https://fedsoc.org/
If you are opposing the current nominee, you might want to try the ACLU instead: https://www.aclu.org/
If you're looking to get even more involved than that - consider running for city council or for judge in your local elections! Here are some sites to get you started:
Here are some additional sites with info on how you can make a difference:
Lastly … Vote.
Set a reminder. And another reminder. And a reminder for that reminder. Do what you need to do to make sure you vote.
Democracy depends on you.