Your part doesn't have to be as big. If it's intimidating to stand up to elected officials in person, you have the opportunity to stand up to them at the ballot box in November. If you are uncomfortable knocking on doors and canvassing strangers for a candidate, you can still talk to your friends and family about why it's so important to vote this year.
When showed up at my own polling place at 7 p.m., an hour before closing, I was told that they were 12 voters away from doubling their normal primary voting numbers. That in itself would be a great thing, but that's not even the best part.
Go be part of the #BlueWave. Get out and #Vote like your life depends on it. If yours doesn't, someone else's surely does. #WhenWeAllVote
To ban early voting on campus “reveals a stark pattern of discrimination,” Walker wrote. “It is unexplainable on grounds other than age because it bears so heavily on younger voters than all other voters."
Michelle Obama, Lin-Manuel Miranda and others urge you to register to vote and to show up to vote this November.
Over the past few weeks, you may have heard some chatter in the media that the anticipated "Blue Wave" that could overtake Congress this election is sputtering and will be nothing but a washout by the time Election Day arrives. Or maybe you've heard that an all-out tsunami alert is in effect. What can we expect?