Everyone needs help from time to time. By clicking the help request link above, a request form will dropdown. You can fill it out to submit your request, questions, or to volunteer to be an assistance provider.
The following is a list of things we may be able to assist you with:
⦁ Paperwork and necessary documentation required to vote.
⦁ Transportation to DMV or Voting Booth.
⦁ Child care or adult care if you are a caregiver of a homebound adult.
⦁ Obtaining a paper ballot and assistance in filing it properly.
⦁ Early voting.
⦁ Registering to vote.
⦁ Confirming your registration is current and valid.
⦁ Restoring your purged registration.
⦁ VIP pledge forms.
We the people reserve the right to choose our own representatives without influence from foreign nations, voter disenfranchisement & intimidation, dark money, mega-donors, and corporate "citizens" with their Super Pacs.
Of America’s 320 million-odd residents, only about three-quarters are eligible to vote (mostly because they’re over the age of 18). Of the group that could vote in the presidential election, the U.S. Election Project’s Michael McDonald estimates that about 58.1 percent did — meaning that 41.9 percent of eligible Americans didn’t vote.
A raindrop can become a thunderstorm, which can become a tidal wave, which can become a tsunami. Rain can be a powerful force when it's concentrated. Be the rain.