Information about “Absentee Voting” during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging our country’s future not just by endangering so many lives but also by presenting health threats to at-risk populations during the upcoming elections. States and counties are working to protect those people and their voting rights!
Did you know that many people at highest risk of bad health outcomes from COVID-19 qualify for mail-in or absentee voting? We have spoken with the Davidson County Election Commission and compiled frequently asked questions for your on our Absentee Voting page!
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We regularly organize a wide variety of events, including Hot Topics in Davidson County that inform local citizens about legislative issues and Action Alerts that let you know when your help is needed on these issues.
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Mandated by the Constitution, the Census is conducted every 10 years and is used to apportion government resources and representation based on population counts. It directly affects how much money is available to your community.
With Nashville’s explosive growth it is especially important that everyone makes sure they are counted, so we can get the resources we need.
Visit the 2020 Census website to learn more.
In 2013 the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act of 1965 enabling voter suppression through unreasonable voter ID laws, voter registration restrictions, voter purges, large-scale felony disenfranchisement, and gerrymandering of voting districts
Congress recently passed the Voting Rights Advancement Act aimed at restoring the protections of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Tell your Senators to support the Voting Rights Advancement Act and do their duty to protect our democracy!