Your Vote Is Your Voice. Show Up. Be Heard. Be Counted.
Voting lets you have a say about important collective decisions such as public transit, criminal justice reform, social services, funding for public education and climate change policy. If voting did not matter, powerful forces would not have tried to stop people from voting by restrictive voter identification rules, purging voter rolls, and intimidation.
When you vote, you are vocalizing what you need, want, and believe in. You are standing up and demanding to be counted. By voting, you improve your chances of getting a government that actually represents you, your values, and your interests.