Election Day Toolkit to Make Sure Every Vote Counts
Here are 4 tools you can use on election day to help you protect the Latino vote.
- Download the free bilingual #CadaVotoCuenta voter protection app on Android (link here) and Apple (Link here) so you can report any voting rights violations you observe directly to our voter protection team.
- Program the Election Protection (1-866-Our-Vote) and NALEO Educational Fund (1-888-ve-y-vota) numbers into your phone so you can call to report voting rights violations.
Note: If you have the Cada Voto Cuenta app then the "hotline" button will connect you directly with NALEO's Ve Y Vota hotline.
- Know your Voting rights by checking the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law handy voter guide (link here) where voting rights are listed by state.
Note: If you live in one of the 14 states that are covered by the Cada Voto Cuenta app then your specific state rights will also be listed in the app in the "Rights" or "Derechos" section, rights are available in Spanish or English
- Make sure you have a ride to the polls. Use the Voto Latino "My Ride to Vote" to get a free ride to the polls on election day! (Link here)
- Prepare yourself to vote by checking Google's "How To Vote" guide (link here). It connects you with information relevant to your local polls.
Did we miss anything? Comment on our Facebook post here if you know of other resources that people should have for election day.