Writer Melissa Blake voted to speak up for every other disabled person who feels like they don’t currently have a voice.
Don "Ike" Jones said he and several other returning citizens plan to go to the polls as a group, a move he said signals their enthusiasm around a civic act that they’ve never had a chance to participate in.
"I consider it a sacred duty as a citizen to actively participate in our elections,” Maria Miller said. “And I think I appreciate it more as an immigrant.”
The workers who staff polling places despite COVID-19 concerns.
“The kind of equality, independence and liberty women in the US have is incomparable to the limited amount of opportunities in Bangladesh," Erum Hamid said.
Activists with Students Demand Action are working to register 100,000 new young voters before the November election.
"Voting, for me, means showing up and representing your voice. And it's not just your voice but the voice of the people."