Mark Independence Day by Making Democracy Work

Election Day 2014 is fast approaching and the direction of our country hangs in the balance of the many elections happening on and before November 4.

It is never too early to start getting ready for Election Day – and a key step is registering to vote. This Independence Day join the League of Women Voters in Making Democracy Work® - encourage your fellow citizens to visit and register to vote or update their registration if they are among the millions of Americans who have moved in the last year.

On Election Day, millions of voters will head to the polls to stand up for what matters most – you can help make sure no one is left out. These elections are about our jobs, our health, our communities and our future. They’re about us; we all need to weigh in – share with your networks and remind the people in your life to update their voter registration or register for the first time. 

The League of Women Voters is committed to making sure all eligible citizens are registered to vote, and that voters have the information they need to participate in elections and have their vote counted. Since 2006, has provided tens of millions of voters with information about the election process and information directly from tens of thousands of candidates regarding their vision for their community and America’s future. Every election, whether local, state or federal, is important to ensuring our laws and policies reflect the values and beliefs of our communities.

The first step to having a say on the issues that matter most to you is making sure everyone you know is registered to vote

Election Day is the one day when all Americans are equal. Thank you for Making Democracy Work® during this important election year. Happy Independence Day!