It’s My Vote: I Will Be Heard

My Vote logoThe AAUW Action Fund It’s My Vote: I Will Be Heard campaign harnesses the power of AAUW members to register and turn out millennial women voters nationwide at a time when, research shows, young women are less likely to vote.

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be an informed voter
get out the vote

Recent updates

University of Alabama Students Rally to Register Voters

With Super Tuesday fast approaching, members of the AAUW student organization at the University of Alabama ramped up efforts to register students to vote at a Get Out the Vote campus rally. Read more »

AAUW of Iowa “Candy” Event Readies Caucus-Goers

In preparation for the February 1 Iowa caucuses, AAUW of Iowa Public Policy Co-directors Anne Johnson and Jane Nettleton hosted an online Caucus and Candy share-and-learn event. Read more »

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What We Do

Through the It’s My Vote campaign, AAUW and the AAUW Action Fund work with state leaders, branches, and coalition partners to host voter registration drives in communities and on college campuses across the county. AAUW members work to cultivate informed voters by sponsoring nonpartisan issue forums, debates, and meet-the-candidate events in their communities. AAUW members also work to ensure that voters know the registration rules in their state, their voting rights, and what to bring to the polls on Election Day.‎

Download the It’s My Vote overview document

Technical Assistance and Materials

AAUW and the AAUW Action Fund provide materials and tools to engage and motivate voters, including It’s My Vote buttons, issue-based stickers‎, social media efforts, and regular mailings and e-mails‎ with pertinent election information. Need assistance with your GOTV event? E-mail and request materials using the Upcoming AAUW Advocacy Activity and Events form.

Campaign Allies

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