Resources You Need To
REGISTER TO VOTE
Is your state or district’s voter registration period still open? Then register to vote from the convenience of your home. Go to the U.S. Government’s official website.
ABSENTEE | EARLY VOTING
Too busy to vote on election day or unable to because you are out of town or physically unable to? Most states will allow you to vote early or by a mail-in absentee ballot.
GOTV PHONE BANKING
Contact your local CAIR Chapter and request to volunteer for a get out the vote (GOTV) phone bank to remind Muslims in you state to vote on election day.
WHERE TO VOTE?
Determining where your polling station is located on election day can be easily done on the League of Women Voter’s election information website.
QUESTIONS TO ASK CANDIDATES
Find out where candidates stand on the issues most important to the American Muslim community. Read CAIR’s “Sample Questions for Candidates and Government Officials Toolkit.”
WHAT DO MUSLIMS STAND FOR
Read CAIR’s 2020 Super Tuesday primary election exit poll and survey of American Muslim voters and learn what other Muslims think about refugee resettlement, healthcare reform, climate change, raising the federal minimum wage, and ensuring affordable housing.