Editor's note: This story was updated Sept. 8.
Target believes each eligible voter should make their voice heard, and we have a long history of encouraging guests and team members to vote—from partnering with organizations like Time to Vote and Civic Alliance to providing all eligibile team members paid time off to vote and/or serve as an election judge.
This year, as the pandemic continues, making a plan before Election Day is more important than ever. That means registering to vote (or checking your registration status), finding out what’s on the ballot and voting safely.
Looking for an easy voting resource? Check out Vote411.org/Target, brought to you by the League of Women Voters Education Fund and Target. It has everything you need to know to get started, including information on how to:
- Register to vote
- Check on your registration status
- Find out what’s on your ballot
Bonus: Registering to vote takes an average of two minutes. It’s a quick but meaningful step to let your voice be heard on the issues that matter to you and your community.
For more on Target’s civic activity, head here.