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The midterm elections are less than three weeks away. Americans head to the polls on November 6, and in many states, early voting is already open.

Typically, turnout for midterm elections is quite low. While some analysts are predicting that this year’s turnout for the midterm elections may be usually high, it is still crucial that voters get to the polls. All 435 seats House seats are up for election and 35 Senate seats will be decided, along with many state and local races.

Smiling young adult at voting booth There are a number of online resources that can help with voting questions you may have.
Q: Are you registered to vote?
In some states, there is still time to register; some states event have same day registration.
Q: Do you need to vote early or get an absentee ballot?
Vote.org is one resource that provides information on registering to vote, checking your registration status, getting an absentee ballot, finding out where to go on election day and even setting reminders to vote. State Board of Elections website offer many similar resources on when, where and how to vote.

At Rise Against Hunger, we believe that our goal of ending hunger by 2030 reaches across political parties and is a goal that everyone can support.

We have joined with a broad nonpartisan coalition of like-minded individuals and organizations to urge our supporters to Vote to End Hunger. In the run-up to this election, we are committed to asking candidates: “If elected, what will you do to end hunger, alleviate poverty and create opportunity in the U.S. and worldwide?” You can check out our previous blog post on this campaign to learn more.

Now would be a great time to set a reminder or write a note on your calendar to vote on or before November 6!

We hope that everyone will join us as we work to end hunger by 2030. To learn more about Rise Against Hunger’s advocacy efforts, sign up to be a Hunger Champion and join us as we raise our voices to end hunger.

Sign up to be a hunger champion by clicking here

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