MY VOTE, OUR FUTURE
Voice of the Empowered (V.O.T.E), a non-partisan student branch of March to The Polls- Tarrant County, connecting with young volunteers and voters to lead voting registration initiatives within our respective campuses. Through leadership, service, and communication: this organization strives to involve students in the political process, motivating young voters to head to the polls. Join us to catapult our voices be heard on a local, state and federal level. Together, our votes will empower our future.
Increase Voter turnout in the 18-24 age demographic by 25% from 2016 for the November 2020 Elections
Network across Tarrant County to provide information on how, when, and where students can vote across Tarrant County.
Empower younger individuals to volunteer, interact, and be involved with the voting and electoral process, allowing young leaders to highlight their strengths and evolve from their weaknesses.
Connect students to local government through virtual town halls and student-led events
Communities for thousands of students to hold decorum on politics, government, and society in a safe environment
HOW TO V.O.T.E.
START A V.O.T.E. HUB WITHIN YOUR EXISTING SCHOOL CLUBS!
You can help achieve V.O.T.E. goals and use our resources within your existing clubs.
Press the Contact Us page, and click the Join Network
Option on the form
SPREAD THE IMPORTANCE OF WHY STUDENTS IN YOUR COMMUNITY SHOULD VOTE!
Voting is not an issue that is on either end or on the political spectrum. It is a fundamental right our forefather's forged this nation under: the right to have a say in government.
ORGANIZE VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVES
One of the biggest hurdles for student's to know how to register to VOTE.
By registering with our network, you gain access to FREE resources and trainings to implement voter registration drives on your campus.
VOTE IF YOU'RE ELIGIBLE
HELP IF YOU AREN'T
To Vote in a U.S. Local, Primary, or General Election, you have to be a US Citizen, 18 years of age, and register 30 days before election day.
But if you can't head to the polls, help spread the word, or even work at an election booth and get paid!