One of the easiest ways to get off the sidelines and make your voice heard is to vote. This year, with more and more states imposing restrictions on voting, it's more important than ever that we all exercise the hard fought right to vote on November 6th.
That's why Kirsten has introduced the Voter Empowerment Act in the U.S. Senate alongside civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis. And it's why Kirsten is so passionate that every American makes his or her voice heard at the ballot box this November.
This year it's easier than ever before:
1. Are You Registered?
Not sure if you're registered yet? You can check your registration status at http://www.aauwaction.org/my-vote.
To register to vote, fill out the form below, print and mail in the form:
Or, some states allow online voter registration. If you're in NY and need to register, you can do so online here.
3. Get Voting Details
Go to http://gottavote.com to find out voting details in your home state. For example, here's voting information for NY:
4. Spread the word.
Tell your friends and family how important it is to vote. Share this page on Facebook and Twitter. Double the impact of your voice by making sure others get off the sidelines and vote on November 6.