Repair the Vote 2022
In recent years, our elections have been left vulnerable to laws that limit access to voting, specifically restricting voting access for communities of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ individuals, people who are currently or formerly incarcerated, people experiencing homelessness, and other historically marginalized groups. We need to take action and serve guided by the value of hitchazkut, strengthening each other, to ensure a free, fair, and safe election.
The midterm elections will include state and local initiatives, so it’s critically important to vote to elect our next leaders and weigh in on ballot measures that will impact your community and our country! Now more than ever, our democracy counts on you to not only participate in the election process, but to live your Jewish values and power it so that every voice can be heard. We can’t wait to see how you #RepairTheVote!
In 2022, all 50 states will elect representatives, 36 states will elect governors, and 34 states will elect Senators, along with a wide variety of local and state offices.
Turnout is often lower during midterm election years, which can lead to small, non-representative groups of Americans making outsized decisions about issues like education, housing, criminal justice, policing, and minimum wage. Repair the Vote enables volunteers, grounded in Jewish values, to engage civically, serve, and reflect to directly support their communities to ensure every eligible American can safely cast their ballot by November 8, 2022.
Poll workers support voting locations, ensure technology functions, and help minimize long lines and delays at polling places on election day—and poll worker shortages can lead to long lines and voter disenfranchisement, especially in communities of color and low income communities. Repair the World is proud to partner with Power the Polls, a first-of-its-kind nonpartisan initiative to recruit poll workers to ensure a safe, fair, efficient election for all voters.Become a Poll Worker
Fair Count works to ensure everyone in Georgia and across the nation, particularly in hard-to-count (HTC) communities, is seen, heard, and counted in the census, voting, and redistricting. Join Repair the World and Fair Count to make calls to voters across Georgia and remind them to make a plan to vote.Join Fair Count
Repair the World is teaming up with Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action and the Environmental Voter Project to call climate-concerned voters in key states, making sure they know when and how to safely cast their ballots and transforming them into consistent voters to build the power of the environmental movement.Join Dayenu & Environmental Voter Project
Voter ID laws prevent or intimidate millions of eligible Americans from exercising their right to vote. Write letters with VoteRiders and Repair the World to connect with voters across the country and ensure they have the proper ID to vote in the upcoming election.Sign Up With VoteRiders
Use this link to; register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, and see what is on your local ballot.Are You Ready for Election Day?
Our National Service Partners
We are proud to partner with these non-partisan organizations, guided by the value of hitchazkut, strengthening each other, to engage in service across the country to support free, fair, and safe midterm elections.