Voting & Elections


We’ll know who won on Election Day.


The election isn’t over until all ballots –  in-person, mail-in & military – are counted.

Voting ends November 3. We’ll know the results by December 8.

A lot of people are voting by mail this year, so it will take longer to get results.  Most states allow ballots post-marked by November 3, to be counted even if they arrive several days later. Each one needs to be opened by hand and validated by hand. This includes ballots from the troops.

Federal law sets December 8 as the deadline for states to certify their results.

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What is Blexit?

Blexit is a targeted campaign to convince Black Americans to abandon the Democratic party. It is part of a larger effort to suppress the Black vote.

How are Black and brown votes suppressed?

Throughout history, politicians and the parties themselves have influenced elections by keeping Black and brown people from voting. Tactics include making it hard to register and to vote, and using disinformation to discourage people from voting.

Is my vote worth it?

Your votes affect how your government is run and your tax dollars spent on every level. Taking the time to read up on the issues and casting your vote is important.