Business Employee Outreach Email Sample

Business Employee Outreach Email Sample

Audience: your employees 

Subject Line: [Business] Celebrates Vote Early Day

[(Business Name) Friends/Team Members/Partners/Employees] –

[Business] believes that each and every eligible voter on our team deserves to share their voice in the election this year. That is why we have signed on to be a partner with Vote Early Day.

Vote Early Day is a nonpartisan civic holiday that takes place this year on Tuesday, October 29. Thousands of nonprofits, businesses, campus groups, and election offices across the nation will come together to help voters learn about their how, when, and where they can cast their ballot ahead of Election Day. 

When Americans vote ahead of Election Day, they ensure that last-minute problems, long lines at the polls, and confusing election laws can’t stop them from casting their ballot. Regardless of who you plan to vote for this election, we want you to vote early. 

[Business] will be celebrating Vote Early Day by:

  • [List of ways your organization will be celebrating Vote Early Day]


Providing employees two paid hours off to cast their ballot, including on Vote Early Day

Sharing online tools through social media for employees and customers to learn how, where, and when to vote early

Co-hosting a “Party at the Polls” with the Smithville League of Women Voters outside the county election office from 3-5pm. Stop by for a slice of pizza and an opportunity to celebrate with our community.

You can find your options to cast your ballot early at Please don’t hesitate to reach out to [HR representative or other point of contact] with any questions. 

Thank you for being a voter.

[Sender Name]

If you have encountered a problem with voting, please call this national nonpartisan hotline: 866-OUR-VOTE.