Voting Resources from YWCA Columbus
For those of us with access to the privilege of voting, we need to be participating in elections at all levels to ensure we elect officials who denounce structural racism and work to change oppressive institutions. This includes elections at the local level because they have the biggest influence in reforming police departments. As we approach the election in November, it is incredibly important to champion others to vote early and combat voter suppression.
Our approach to Voter Education: Y W C A
- (Y) Yes, I'm registered!
- (W) What's on my ballot?
- (C) Crafting my plan to vote
- (A) Amplify my impact!
Visit vote411.org to learn what’s on your ballot.
Visit ohvotes.org to find your polling place and its hours of operation, and learn about ID Requirements.
Visit ohiosos.gov to find your local board of elections office.
Find a ride to the polls if you need one.
If this is your first time voting, check out the resources in this voter checklist.
Learn more about voter suppression and help others’ voices be heard at the resources below.
- Election protection resources
- What is voter suppression?
- ACLU voter suppression updates
- Ensure every American can vote
- Voto Latino voter toolkits
- Rock the vote voter toolkit
Below are ways you can volunteer on voting day.