Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is asked about President Trump’s comments on peaceful transfer of power.
This post is going to be whatever random Get Out The Vote tools that come to me off the top of my head. In no particular order.
First, if you are not registered to vote, REGISTER TO VOTE. Get your friends to, especially those 45 and under. They are more likely not to be regular voters. But new registrants are more likely to show up and cast ballots.
Many states have convenient, same-day voter registration during early voting, on Election Day, or some combination. See Same Day Voter Registration page here for where that applies or just Google your state election board. Bring some form of ID. You’ll need it to register even if you don’t need it to vote.
Register2Vote.org is an online tool that allows you to check someone’s voter registration status.