As we regularly talk about making sure womxn’s voices are included in the political system, let us emphasize the power of our vote to decide who is at the tables where decisions are made!
The Rhode Island General Election is November 3rd
The Womxn Project is a 501(c)4 which means we don’t endorse. However there is a lot we will do that relates directly to the election through education and calls to action across the state, while being COVID-safe.
1. Have questions about voting? The 211 voter assistance hotline launched in August so dial 2-1-1.
2. If voting by mail, you can also return your ballot to a local board of canvassers office directly, or drop it off at ANY of the statewide Elections Drop-Box locations. Learn more.
3. Early in-person voting is available everywhere in RI. Learn more here: votesaferi.org
Stay in touch and drop us any questions you might have if you are confused or need help getting your ballot in that ballot box. We are in this together!
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Want to get involved?
Here is what we are up to through the General Election!
Watch online or in person:
The Womxn Project has been doing projections in cities and towns across our state to raise awareness and push for people to take action to advance racial, reproductive, disability, economic, immigrant and LGBT justice. Join us at an upcoming ARTivist installation about voting rights and voting details.
Learn more & sign up to help us | Schedule
II. Election 2020 Panel Discussion Series from across the United States
Panel 4 | The Youth Vote!
III. #OurVoteIsOurVoice! Postcarding Program
You can write a postcard into a targeted district, so people know which candidates are going to stand up for our rights.
Click HERE to get your postcard supplies to contact local voters.
IV. #OurVoteIsOurVoice – Making Calls
You can make phone calls to make sure folks have the information they need to get out the vote.
We will provide a list and script. Click HERE to help with GOTV calls.