One of our most important civil liberties is the right to vote.
With your vote, you have the power to influence public policy decisions by determining who will represent you on a federal, state and local level.
Many decisions that impact the bleeding disorders community are decided in Washington, DC, your state capitol and in your local communities.
If you are not registered to vote, you can do so via NHF’s voter education and mobilization platform.
You can also check to see if your vote registration is still valid, request an absentee ballot, and learn more about your local candidates.
Share with your family and friends, and remind them that their vote is important
Voting is the central pillar of American democracy. Don’t miss your chance to stand up and be counted.
Source: National Hemophilia Foundation