Get Out the Vote
Your voice impacts workplace policies enacted in Washington, D.C. and state capitals—affecting HR professionals and Americans across the country.
It is essential to actively encourage others to participate in the election process and vote on November 3.
Visit the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s 2020 Elections Resource page to find comprehensive resources to help you share your voice this November.
COVID-19 and ELECTIONS
Voting is the best way to elevate the voice of HR. However, this year has brought on many new challenges, and the COVID-19 pandemic will change the way many Americans participate in this year’s elections. Whether it is voting by mail or voting in person, the health and safety of our communities must be top of mind.
Read the CDC’s latest guidance on how to be safe at the polls or to find safe alternatives if you are unable to travel to polling locations.
SHRM’s Latest Election News
Your Voice Matters: Importance of Voting Podcast Episode
Voting is a privilege, and your active participation in the democratic process will shape the future of workplace policy. That is why Sean McIntosh and Andrew Aragon from SHRM’s External Affairs team joined the Career Compass podcast to discuss the importance of voting, how local elections impact your organization and how civic engagement can change our workplaces.