Take care of yourself first, then take care of those around you.
- Make sure you are registered and your registration matches your current address.
Hold an election day party near polling locations.
- Be sure to invite voters and non-voters because it is illegal to pay people to vote!
If you have the resources, provide rides/shuttles to the polls.
Contact your tribal council and request that they create tribal voter guides.
Encourage young people to encourage older people to vote.
- Youth-led movements are very effective. Encourage high school students to talk to their families about the importance of voting.
If you encounter problems during voting, report them.
- Contact the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law non-partisan toll-free hotline (866-OUR-VOTE), which is available now through election day.
Check out the resources available from Native Vote.