Tuesday, September 28, is National Voter Registration Day! National Voter Registration Day aims to make sure no one who wants to cast a ballot misses the opportunity due to a registration problem. Murmuration is our national partner that helps schools and communities like ours to engage in civic action.
Fortune and Murmuration celebrate National Voter Registration Day as part of our broader Fortune Votes effort. Our non-partisan initiative ensures that all eligible staff members, students, parents, and alumni can make their voices heard through voting. Voting is the single most effective way to make our voices heard. Let's model civic engagement for the generations who are following us by registering to vote and voting.
Ready to take the next step? Register to vote online. If you have recently moved, be sure to update your registration. Confirm your registration status at voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/ and, if required, update your registration.
Once you are registered or have confirmed your registration, please send this post to three friends. Our family, friends, and neighbors need encouragement to register to vote and exercise their rights as voters!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Am I eligible to vote? You are eligible to vote if you: are a United States citizen, a resident of the county where you registered, at least 17 years and ten months old, and 18 years of age on Election Day. Some additional restrictions may be applicable in rare cases.
What sort of identification do I need to vote? To register online, you will need the following information.
- Your California driver's license or California identification card number.
- The last four digits of your social security number.
- Your date of birth.
Questions or want to get involved with Fortune Votes, our non-partisan voter participation initiative? Don't hesitate to get in touch with Christian Entezari, Senior Advisor, at [email protected]. As a public charter school and 501(c)(3), Fortune Schools is non-partisan and does not support or endorse any candidate, political party, or ballot measure.