Our updates are normally authored by one member of the Challenge coalition. We do this to show the diversity of people and initiatives happening across campus. But today, we couldn't pick just one person to talk about our work in the final days until November 3rd. Over the next twelve days, all of us, together, are working to make sure members of the Harvard community can cast their ballot.
Every voter is unique and needs different support, however, we've received some common questions over the past few days:
- What do I do if my mail ballot hasn't arrived? Explore voter options with this graphic explainer
- How do I make sure my mail-in ballot was counted? Here are our top tips to track your ballot and make sure it gets counted
- What do I do if I’ve missed by state’s registration deadline? Here’s our guide
- Does my vote even matter? Here's how we respond to this question, explain why local elections are extremely important, and share the power of one vote
- How can I still help? Remind folks to submit their ballots ASAP or commit to a date/time to vote, share voter resources on the HVC website at voteschallenge.harvard.edu/voting
As we near Election Day, please don't hesitate to reach out to anyone on the Votes Challenge team. We're here to support you. You can always reach us at email@example.com.
The Harvard Votes Challenge team