Veterans Serve As Election Workers to Protect Democracy
Projections show fewer people plan to work the polls in 2022.
Vet The Vote is recruiting veterans and military families to be election workers.
Serving as an election worker protects American democracy.
Veterans across the country are stepping up to serve as election workers to protect American democracy.
The people who work the polls on election day are regular people helping their communities. They play an important role in ensuring secure elections. But fewer election workers are expected to serve in 2022, leaving a critical gap.
Veterans Step Up
Veterans are deciding to serve as election workers to protect American democracy.
One organization, Vet The Vote, is specifically recruiting veterans and military families to become election workers.
It makes sense that veterans are answering the nation’s call to protect democracy.
More than 17 million veterans already have experience serving America in one of the most trusted institutions in the country.
Sign Up to Serve Your Community
If you’re a veteran or military family member who wants to serve America, consider helping people vote in your local community.
Sign up here to become an election worker.