Vote for Me

Vote for Kids

Kids can’t vote. But you can.

Elected officials - from the local school superintendent to members of Congress - have the power to make decision that will end childhood hunger. You choose those leaders when you vote.

Because of the coronavirus, it's extra-important this year to have a plan to vote. Here are some things to consider this year:

  1. Can you vote early? See if you can cast your ballot by mail or at an early polling station.
  2. What are the deadlines? Make sure you know by when you need to request a ballot or the window for early voting in your state.
  3. Bring your friends and family. Pledge to vote and invite three others to join you.