Vote…why/how/where

How to help ensure that everyone who wants to vote in the 2020 elections are able to

1) Help inform people on the importance of voting and how to registrar to vote

  • Why Should You Vote? In the simplest terms, Because if you don’t vote, You won’t have a say in how our country is run
    No Vote, No Voice

2) Get involved with a campaign

  • If there’s a candidate or campaign that you feel very strongly about, get in touch with the local campaign office to see how you can help out by making calls, going door to door, distributing signs, and posting on social media

3) Provide transportation & safety in order to shuttle people to and from the polls and ballot drop off bins

  • One reason some people don’t vote is a lack of reliable transportation to get to a polling location, also some are fearful or intimidated by going to a polling place alone for the 1st time.

4) Volunteer to be a poll worker on election day

  • Be an active part of the election process on election day, ensuring a safe environment for all who want to vote and are able to

Links:

https://www.vote.org/state/washington/

https://www.rockthevote.org/

https://www.whenweallvote.org/know-your-voting-rights/

https://www.vote411.org/

https://www.powerthepolls.org/

Love not hate

 

legalize marriage bewteen consenting adults, practice love & tolerance
legalize marriage between consenting adults, practice love & tolerance

 

The “purple hand” was an early symbol of the gay liberation movement and an effort to show resilience in the face of anti-gay attacks. The term originates from Oct 31st 1969 when activists protested the San Francisco Examiner’s series of anti-gay articles by protesting in front of the building. Employees of the newspaper dumped purple ink on the peaceful protesters. The activists used the ink to draw slogans on the building and to make a visible mark of gay uprising.