Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. Everyone should have the right to exercise their voices at the ballot box. Yet, voter suppression among communities of color, students, disabled people, and the elderly, persists throughout Florida’s history.
Our democracy works best when more people participate, but make no mistake, dating back to Jim Crow and extending forward, voter suppression is real and it impacts voters of color the most. If political candidates and sitting politicians refuse to lead on racial justice, they should not be a leader.
You have the power to select, endorse, and vote for a candidate that speaks to you and your community's values.
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You have the power to select, endorse, and vote for a candidate that speaks to you and your community’s values.
- Commit to vote in the 2022 Midterm Election
- Be an ACLU Justice Voter and vote for candidates that will advance civil liberties and racial justice. Get informed by visiting our website.
- Advocate for increased access to the ballot box in your community by visiting our Advocacy 101 web page
- Advocate for increased access to the ballot box for voters who are currently detained in jail. Visit our webpage for our toolkit and report.