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Our voice counts.

Our vote counts.

Our generation counts.

We call upon all teens, alumni, and supporters to join us as we unite to ensure every person is registered to vote, plans to vote, and has safe, fair access to vote.

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We, the youth, are showing up big for the U.S. Election this November.

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Rabbi Yitzhak said: One may only appoint a leader over a community if he consults with the community.

'תלמוד, מסכת ברכות נ"ה א

אמר רבי יצחק: אין מעמידין פרנס על הצבור אלא אם כן נמלכים בצבור

Democracy has been a core value of the Jewish People since the beginning of our tradition. Judaism instills values in us that help inform our choices so that we can ensure our world is made better than we found it. We must choose leaders that represent the best of our community’s ideals, hopes, and values, and we are privileged to live in a society where we can have a say in that decision. Democracy works best when we all take part.

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Make the youth voice heard and show the world the future we wish to build. Whether it's a local effort or national effort — through the BBYO network you can reach thousands of teens and adults across the United States. Explore easy actions you can take to begin mobilizing your community.

Register and Pledge Hundreds of Voters

Organize Community Events Online or In-Person

Work the Polls in Your Local Community

Promote Important Deadlines and Election Updates

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Voice your vote (literally). Share an opinion. Submit a story for The Shofar 🗞️ →

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Voting Resources

Voting should be easy. There are hundreds of websites that have details on the voting process and educational tools about this year's candidates. Use the links below to find the information you need to make your voting experience as smooth and informed as possible. If you can't vote yourself, the resources below will help you register others, advise others where they can vote, and educate voters on this year's most important issues. Not to mention, it's good to learn how to be involved early. In some states, you can register to vote in advance of being eighteen.

Four Ways to Cast Your Ballot without USPS

1. Vote early in person
2. Use a ballot drop box
3. Drop off your ballot at an election office or polling station
4. Organize a community ballot collection

If you have questions about voting, call 866-OUR-VOTE.

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Explore these links to learn more about political parties, issues, candidates, and voter education initiatives. Have an issue you care about that you'd like to see featured here? Email us!

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