Be An Everday Superhero!
Hello, I'm Captain America!

This November, you have the chance to make an impact.

You can be an everyday superhero by getting out and voting.

It is estimated that only approximately only half of young people voted in the 2016 election.

50% missed their chance to have a say.

I voted! I voted! I didn't vote. I didn't vote.
What are midterm elections?

Midterm elections are held near the halfway point of a presidential term.
Congress seats, as well as seats in the House of Representatives, are up for election.

4

years

Length of a President’s term

Capitol

2

years

Length of a House member's term

What is at stake?

435

House seats

34/100

Senate seats

39

state and territorial governorships

When is my state voting?

To be a prepared voter, you need to know when your state’s elections are. Select your state to find out when you should vote!

Why should I vote?
In the 2016 elections, fewer than half of Americans felt their vote would matter. We can change this.
Hey, Captain America again!

Because it can make a difference.

As a U.S. citizen, you want a say in where your taxes go and how this country is run. Voting for a person who you feel best represents your interests, and who you feel shares your ideals, is a way to get your voice heard and ensure that policies you care about get implemented.

FAQs

You are able to vote if you are:

  • A citizen of the United States;
  • At least 18 years old by Election Day;
  • Not disqualified from voting due to a court order.
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