BAS Gets Out The Vote

What's Jewish about voting? 

We can live the Jewish value of tikkun olam (healing the world) through civic engagement, including voting and empowering others to vote.

1. Register to vote before 10/9, then vote early (10/24-11/1) or on 11/3 in person or by absentee ballot. If you can, drop off your ballot to your local board of elections or polling site, instead of mailing it. For more info: NY Board of Elections, Westchester Early Voting

2. Fight voter suppression and empower people to vote through personal outreach, posting on social media, postcard writing, or a phone bank. Volunteer with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism or Center for Common Ground, as they are collaborating on these efforts.  

3. Learn about the issues on your ballot

Lois Gartenberg, Andrea Glenn, and Abby Reiken are here to help you engage in the above activities. Email us for assistance, including navigating the voting process, giving or receiving a ride to vote, or helping others to vote.


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