Announce Your Vote Early Day Partnership!

We are incredibly excited to have you celebrating Vote Early Day with us this fall on Tuesday, October 29! Start the journey towards your celebration this fall by announcing your plans to celebrate Vote Early Day on social media. Below we have included graphics and sample social posts for your to utilize in your announcement. 

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Voting early ensures that last-minute problems, long lines at the polls, and confusing election laws can’t deter YOU from voting. Join @[Organization] as we celebrate #VoteEarlyDay on October 29. Learn more and join in at 🗳️⏰

Are you ready to celebrate #VoteEarlyDay? @[Organization] certainly is! We are joining groups nationwide to empower Americans to vote EARLY ✅ Want to get in on the fun? Join us at 🗳️⏰

We are celebrating #VoteEarlyDay on October 29 to help every voter share their voice in critical local races happening in our community and around the nation. Find out how you can join this national day of action and celebration at! 🗳️⏰

Drop a 🙌 in the comments because [Organization] just RSVP’d to celebrate #VoteEarlyDay on October 29! Millions of Americans can cast their ballot early this fall, and we want to ensure everyone is ready to share their voice. Join us today: 🗳️⏰

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[Organization] is signing up to empower voters to cast their ballots early by celebrating Vote Early Day this fall.

Last year, nearly 3,000 businesses, nonprofits, campus groups, election officials, media companies, and many others who came together to celebrate Vote Early Day. National partners like Patagonia, Lyft, The League of Women Voters, MTV, Snapchat, YMCA, NAACP, and more inspired voters to avoid Election Day obstacles and share their voices by voting early. On the ground, local nonprofits, businesses, campus groups, election leaders, and libraries organized in all 50 states to increase the number of ballots cast early.

Organizations, big and small, held nationwide events that spread this message about the power of voting early. Rapper Gucci Mane performed at a get-out-the-vote concert in Atlanta on Vote Early Day, while Tee Grizzley inspired Pistons fans to vote at a civic-themed halftime show in Detroit. Across social media, 322 celebrities and influencers like Steph Curry, Viola Davis, and Reese Witherspoon joined thousands of everyday voters in posting about the holiday to their shared followers, numbering over 576 million!

Vote Early Day 2022 saw over 3,000,000 votes cast – the highest number of early ballots cast in October, according to the U.S. Elections Project. The total number of Americans voting early in person or by mail grew by 5,766,671 votes in 2022 versus the last midterm election in 2018, marking a 4.6% increase!

Together we met the moment and helped millions of Americans gain the knowledge and tools to vote early. Partners built impactful celebrations that pulled voters off the sidelines and made a real difference, but the work is far from over.

In 2024, we must keep up the momentum to ensure that the voices of every American voter are heard. That’s why we are calling on other organizations to join us as Vote Early Day partners this fall.

Sign up to be a Vote Early Day partner!

The work we do together will ensure we can rise to the challenge of uplifting voters in the presidential election next year. Every event, post, forum, and conversation that takes place on Vote Early Day will set up our country to continue breaking early voting records.

If you are as inspired to help Americans vote early as we are, we invite you to join this growing civic holiday at