Rock the Vote has served as the leader in engaging young people in politics for over two decades. We have remained a leader because of people like you! This year Rock the Vote is focused on registering voters, educating young people about the importance of voting and, turning out younger voters to the polls.

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Your voice is powerful – and that’s why we need your help.

Rock the Vote is fighting to make it easier for everyone to participate in elections. We need your help to spread the word.
Let your friends know they can register to vote online. Together we will decide the future of our country. But not unless we vote!

There are three things you can do right now to spread the word.

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