What if Everyone Voted?

Sensible gun laws, a safer environment, campaign finance reform, affordable access to health care, and many other progressive priorities are supported by an overwhelming majority of the American people. But they aren’t the law of the land. That isn’t an accident. Republicans know they don’t enjoy popular support. So, keeping certain people from voting is at the heart of their election strategy. We have to fight voter suppression, but we can’t just play defense anymore. iVote is going on offense to fight to expand access to voting to ensure more people vote... because if everyone voted our democracy would finally reflect the will of all its people.

 

Automatic Voter Registration

Automatic Voter Registration

By automatically registering every voter we’d bring millions of eligible citizens - disproportionately young, lower-income and people of color - into our elections. This year, and every year. That’s a game changer. Demand automatic voter registration in your state.

Secretaries of State

Secretaries of State

Republicans have systematically used the secretary of state office to keep certain people from voting with insidious voter suppression tactics. People of color, students, and lower-income citizens, especially. Now is the time to fight back. If we want the Resistance to succeed we have to elect Democratic voting rights champions in to this critical office. Help iVote win back these seats.

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Latest News

Find out what iVote is doing to fight for voting rights. Read our latest news coverage.

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Support iVote

It's time to go on offense for voting rights to ensure that every eligible citizen has access to the ballot. To do so, we need to urge states to enact automatic voter registration and we need to help elect Democratic secretaries of state. Help make it happen. Make a contribution now.

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