The LGBTQ+ community includes people from all racial, ethnic, gender, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. That means we are uniquely positioned to improve voter turnout and make a difference in election results.
This year's presidential election has high stakes for the LGBTQ+ community with laws around anti-discrimination protections in housing, education, employment, health care, and more hanging in the balance. If you aren't registered to vote yet, get started here.
Having ID that doesn’t match your gender identity or presentation should not affect your right to cast a ballot, in any state. But with increasingly strict voter ID laws, trans people may face barriers. The National Center for Transgender Equality can help.
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Nearly nine million LGBTQ+ adults are registered and eligible to vote in the 2020 general election. But 21% of the LGBTQ+ population is not yet registered to vote. You can help us change that by sharing our content on social media. Scroll down to access pictures, gifs, and social media talking points.