Kindle the Vote

Kindle the Vote!

Photo: JuanCarlos Pometta Betancourt, 2004
The United States is facing an important election year with potential global consequences.

This is a call for Burners in the US to Radically Express their commitment to Civic Responsibility by Participating in this November’s election. Below, we’ve gathered a page chock-full of non-partisan resources to help mobilize community, verify political facts, and make sure as many Americans as possible are registered and vote on or by Tuesday, November 3!

Non-partisan Voter Resources for the US Election.

The Voter Party

Inspired by the participatory, civic minded spirit of Burning Man, The Voter Party is activating doers, costume lovers, makers, musicians, artists, DJs dancers, & fun loving humans like YOU to participate in democracy.

Photo: Mark Edward, 2004

Vote.org

Register to vote. Check your registration status. Get your absentee ballot.

 

Rock the Vote

Programs, resources and more available with the intention of building the political power of young people.

 

FactCheck.org

Nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.

 

My Ballot Drop

My Ballot Drop will help you find how to directly drop your ballot with election officials.

 

Photo: Maciej Gryko, 2019
Photo: Dan Adams, 2010

Center for Civic Design

Ensuring voter intent through design.

 

Democracy Works

Helping Americans vote no matter what, by providing the tools, information, and support needed to confidently participate in elections.

 

Ballotpedia

Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections.

 

Photo: Philippe Glade, 2016