Here’s some easy steps on how to prepare for Election Day 2018.
- YOUR CONGRESSMAN IS LISTED HERE.
(Figure out who your Congressman is, if you don’t know. If they were Republican, they voted against public interests. Click here to look them up.)
- GET REGISTERED TO VOTE.
(Prepare for the next Congressional election. Make your vote count. Click here to get registered.)
- VOTE & ENCOURAGE OTHERS. (November 2018 is the next Congressional election. Voting is the single most impactful action you can take. Click here to find out when & where the next election will be in your location.)
ORIGINAL POST (1/21/17):
I’m sure there are many people that feel awful after today. And despite the positivity of the marches going on today, both in defense of women’s rights & protest of what will likely be the most unethical & dishonorable president in US history, there are people that are probably wondering, “What do I do now?”
Here’s something you can do: Mark down Election Day 2018 on your calendar – Nov 6th, 2018 – and be sure to VOTE. Why?
This is the day 33 senate seats, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, and 14 governorships currently held by Republicans will be up for reelection.
Donald Trump currently has a royal flush, with Republicans owning both the house & the senate, not to mention a huge number of state governor’s. If you’re wondering what to do now, the only way to resist the current administration is to attack his power base & that’s Congress & your local politicians.
Much of this is discussed in this article:
- The Election Is Finally Over, So Let’s Talk About the Next One: What’s at Stake in 2018
- Time to Vote – Election Day (Add-to-Calendar/.ICS file)https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao0Dfn8MQdoAqatf_YPyh9l1_g1Q6w