Want to learn more or take action? These nonpartisan organizations offer ways to get involved on an array of voting issues.
Engage young people in voting
Rock the Vote
To build political power for young people in our country.
Achieve systemic change on voting rights
The Advancement Project
To fulfill America’s promise of a caring, inclusive and just democracy.
Win a constitutionally protected right to vote
FairVote: The Center for Voting and Democracy
To reform our elections to respect every vote and every voice through bold approaches to increase voter turnout, meaningful ballot choices and fair representation.
Register and educate voters, and improve elections
The League of Women Voters
To help voters of any age or ethnic group get registered, know the candidates and issues, and get out and vote while ensuring that all eligible voters have an equal ability to cast ballots.
Remove barriers to registration and voting
Fair Elections Legal Network
To identify and eliminate barriers to voting, and to improve election administration across the United States.
Educate kids about voting
Kids Voting USA
To secure the future of democracy by preparing young people to be educated, engaged citizens.
Register and engage young Latino voters
To bring new and diverse voices into the political process by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote Latino participation in the voting process.
Ensure the right to vote to all Americans, including those convicted of felonies
American Civil Liberties Union
To defend and preserve the universal right to vote in the U.S.
Protect and strengthen voting rights, and modernize voter registration
The Brennan Center for Justice
To change the ways in which citizens participate in their government by fixing the systems that discourage voting, hinder competition, and promote the interests of the few over the rights of many.
Reform the Electoral College
The National Popular Vote
To guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.