Make a plan to #Vote4MentalHealth
Life can get busy and November 6th (Election Day) is going to be here before you know it. That means that now is the time to start developing your voting plan so you don’t miss your opportunity to #Vote4MentalHealth in this important election.
There is no right or wrong way to cast your ballot. The most important thing is to find the way to vote that makes the most sense for you.
To help build your plan, ask yourself these questions:
- Are you registered to vote? [Insert your state’s voter deadline and indicate if your state allows same-day registration on Election Day. You can check here.]
- Will you be able to get to your polling location on November 6? If not, should you vote early? [Insert correct information related to early, absentee, by mail or early in-person voting in your state. You can check the options in your state here.]
- When are you going to the polls? Will you go before school/work, at lunch, or after school/work?
- How will you get to the polls? Can you walk or do you need to arrange for transportation? Can you help your friends, neighbors or family get to the polls?