What’s at stake during the midterm elections?

A lot. Up for votes are all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 35 seats in the 100-member Senate, and 36 out of 50 state governorships — along with many state and local offices.

Republicans currently hold sway in both chambers of Congress and the White House, but this can change. #OneMoreVote for blue can bring balance back to our government.

When is voting day?

Voting day is on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. For details regarding voting in your state, check out this voting guide.

What should you bring to vote?

Details can vary depending on where you live. For help with registration, or if you want to know how to prepare to vote this year, check out this handy resource.

How do you find your polling place?

Thankfully, finding out where to vote doesn’t have to be difficult. Use this tool to find the polling location closest to you.

How can you check which of your friends live in swing districts?

Swing districts are crucial to turning the tide blue this November. Use this app to check if you know people living in these districts, and you can set reminders to have them bring in #OneMoreVote themselves.