Get Involved

Feeling extra patriotic? There are so many ways to help the movement to increase voter turnout!

The best thing about increasing voter turnout is that it’s a tangible way to improve your community. We’ve collected a few ways you can get involved.

Engage Your Campus with ALL IN

Is your campus currently not an ALL IN campus? To get involved is easy — all we need is some information in our engagement form and our staff will follow up.

Fill Out The Form

Get involved in your institution's Voting Coalition

Information about campus voter coalitions can be found in your institution's democratic engagement action plan. All submitted action plans are visible on the institution’s respective ALL IN website.

Find your campus plan here

National Voter Registration Day | September 20, 2022

As many as 1 in 4 eligible Americans are not registered to vote. Help us change that by joining in on the country’s largest single-day voter registration drive and organizing a registration event in your community or online on September 20, 2022!

Participate in National Voter Registration Day

National Voter Education Week | October 3-7, 2022

Give voters the tools, information and confidence they need to cast their ballot by helping them find their polling location, understand their ballot, and make a plan to vote.

National Voter Education Week is October 3-7, 2022.

National Voter Education Week

Vote Early Day | October 28, 2022

Most voters can cast their ballot prior to Election Day. Vote Early Day makes that process easier by helping all eligible voters understand their voting options while celebrating the act of voting early.

Vote Early Day

Election Hero Day | November 7, 2022

Celebrate the election administration teams, poll workers, and others around the country who help ensure voters can cast their ballots securely and successfully.

Election Hero Day

Check out TrustedInfo2022

Voters need accurate, reliable information from trusted sources in order to make their voices heard. For student voters especially, accurate information about where and how they can register and cast their ballot is essential, and can be hard to find. That’s why we're proud to announce our support for the National Association of Secretaries of State’s (NASS) nonpartisan #TrustedInfo2022 initiative in advance of the 2022 elections. We encourage you to check out the campaign yourself and support it by amplifying trusted sources in the run-up to the 2022 elections!


Start or Join a Nonpartisan Student Voting Group on Your Campus

Many students have started nonpartisan student groups to educate and organize their peers to be ready for each election. Check with Student Life to see if a group already exists.

To learn more about nonpartisan student voting groups, check out the 2022 ALL IN Nonpartisan Student Voting Group Report

Start a Peer-to-Peer Texting Campaign

Millions of students are registered to vote who don’t cast a ballot for a variety of reasons. Peer-to-Peer texting campaigns can share information, encourage, and remind people to be registered and to vote in each election.

Start a campaign today!

D-I-Y Texting Guide

Virtual Relational Organizing Guide

Do an #IDCheck

College students, especially those attending institutions out of their home state, may face challenges in casting a ballot due to voter ID laws.

Do an #IDCheck today with VoteRiders and contact them for free help.

Check ID regulations with VoteRiders here.

Share your voting plan

Share with friends and family your plan to vote on social media.

Register to Vote

Prepare for Election Day in about 5 minutes

Take the pledge

Make a plan and stay up-to-date on the election

Plan Your Election

Review your state's rules and prepare your ballot