Ballots are out! There’s a lot at stake for this election, and success this year will hinge on how many people turn out to vote.

We’re hoping that you, our strongest supporters, will turn out for Democrats.

You wouldn’t be visiting this website if you weren’t someone who cares about making the right choices in the election. We want to help.

In a midterm election like this, we will win or lose based on who shows up. Here are some steps you can take to make informed choices when you fill out your ballot:

  1. Do some prep work. Take a look at your voters guide. Go to our Candidates page and visit the websites of the Democrats running in the election.
  2. Find endorsements for your ballot. Local Democratic organizations have made endorsements in races up and down the ballot. You can feel confident that endorsed candidates represent Democratic values.
  3. Deposit your ballot into a mailbox or dropbox. Ballots must be postmarked or in a dropbox by November 4th. Don’t forget to sign your ballot!
  4. Please, vote early. If you vote early, then your vote gets counted early. You can track the status of your ballot on MyVote. Campaigns can then focus on reminding people to vote who really need to be reminded, not great Democrats like you!