The VoteHealth 2020 movement is inspired by our team, advisors, champions, partners and volunteers. Since our start in summer 2020, we’ve led targeted initiatives to get out the vote (GOTV) in innovative ways. Check out a few of these initiatives below and contact us here if you’d like to start a GOTV project.
Register • Prepare • Vote
We are excited to finish the 2020 election season with materials to help clinicians encourage their patients, peers and communities to register to vote.
Share our Ballot Graphic with patients to help them check that they have completed the steps to vote and vote safely. Click here to download this graphic in a square for digital sharing or an 8.5x11 format for print.
Share the Prepare Graphic to help patients review their voting plan (absentee, early, on Nov 3rd) and what materials to bring to vote in person. Click here to download this graphic in a square for digital sharing or an 8.5x11 format for print.
Finally, share the Vote Graphic to help patients vote and to then encourage them to galvanize others to vote. Click here to download this graphic in a square for digital sharing or an 8.5x11 format for print.
Our Morning Report Initiative features well known VoteHealth 2020 leaders who will join any health care providers’ meetings, such as grand rounds, morning reports, noon conferences, huddles, etc. These leaders include Dr. Mark Shapiro of the Explore the Space podcast, Dr. Ankita Sagar of Northwell Health and other VoteHealth 2020 champions/leads.
We know how busy clinical work can be, so we’re keeping our presentations short and to the point. In only 3-5 minutes, we will share how you can each get out to vote despite busy clinical workloads, and offer ways to get your patients and peers to vote safely this election season.
We’ve had the pleasure of joining colleagues at University of Arizona, Banner Health, University of Washington, Northwell, and many more sites.
Check out some of the feedback on our Morning Report Initiative:
Too busy to have us join? No problem, just include this slide into any of your presentations and make sure your audience uses the QR code to get registered, check their registration status, or request an absentee ballot.
Social Media Outreach
On August 26, 2020, VoteHealth 2020 launched a social media campaign to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. Our Womxn 100 x VoteHealth 2020 campaign made over 1 million impressions on various social media platforms, showing the power of our various networks and of reach of the VoteHealth 2020 message.
Check out a few of the incredible supporters of this outreach!