For Voters

“We in America do not have government by the majority. Rather, we have government by the majority who participate.” - Thomas Jefferson

With primary season underway, it’s time to make sure that we empower our friends and neighbors to vote. Check out and share the resources below with your community!

CANDIDATE POSITIONS

Read presidential candidates’ responses to our survey on mental health and addiction here.

Visit VOTE411’s website to see where candidates stand on other issues. (Please note: VOTE411 and Mental Health for US are not affiliated in any way.)

VOTER RESOURCES

Click here for your state registration deadlines and then scroll down to register, check your registration, sign up for election reminders, and request an absentee ballot.

Help get out the vote in your community! Learn how to host a voter registration drive in your state.

  • Download our Advocacy and Voter Registration Training slides.

Download the National Council for Behavioral Health’s Get Out the Vote 2020 Toolkit, which is available in English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese.

Looking to contact your elected officials? Visit USA.gov to find resources for contacting federal, state, and local leaders.

*COVID-19 UPDATES* For ongoing updates related to 2020 elections (including information on state primaries) and COVID-19, please visit Vote.org

If you’re concerned about heading to the polls, visit the National Conference of State Legislatures’ website to learn about vote-by-mail and absentee voting opportunities in your state.

Already registered? Exercise your constitutional rights and pledge to help five friends register to vote before the November elections!

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