The 2022 midterm elections will be consequential and your employees will want to have their voices heard. Below are some strategies and tools to help you maximize your corporate civic engagement and #GetOutTheVote.
A number of tools can help you maximize your employees’ civic engagement that fit your goals, company culture, and existing tool set. The tools below can help you save time, run a more engaging program, and make a larger, measurable impact.
Nearly 2000 companies across the country have joined Time To Vote, the nonpartisan, business-led movement to make sure workers never have to choose between earning a paycheck and casting their ballot. By participating, your company can contribute to the culture shift needed to increase voter turnout across the nation. To join, you simply make a commitment to ensure work schedules support your employees voting. You may also wish to encourage early voting or vote-by-mail options, offer paid time off on Election Day, or make it a day without meetings.
Motivote empowers businesses, nonprofits, and colleges to run high-impact voter engagement programs that help people navigate the voting process. Backed by behavioral science, Motivote's registration-to-turnout journey has proven to increase follow-through with the same "nudge" strategies that help us go to the gym, save money, and learn new skills.
Want to know more? Contact Jess Riegel at Motivote.
CivicEngine by BallotReady provides a one-stop shop for voting information: making it easy for voters to register, learn about all the candidates on their ballot, sign up to vote by mail, and find their dropoff location or polling place.
Want to know more? Contact Alex Niemczewski at BallotReady.
VoteAmerica builds technology and programs to help turnout tens of millions of voters. Their mission is to provide Americans with trusted election information, open-source technology, and robust education programs to expand the electorate and increase turnout.
Want to know more? Contact Laurie Lenninger at VoteAmerica.