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Register to Vote

Women led the way in the 19th-, 20th-, and now 21st-century to protect and expand voting rights. We’re calling on new voters, future voters, experienced voters, and everyone in between to join us to make sure that every eligible woman is registered and ready to vote in every election.

Note: Filling out this form alone does not register you to vote. After completing this form, we will direct you to your secretary of state website where you will officially register. We have you fill out this form so that we can contact you if your registration gets rejected.

2020 Highlights

In 2020, USOW, in partnership with When We All Vote, helped to ensure that all women, from all communities, and across generations were registered and ready to cast their ballots. Together, we reached thousands of women voters and their families to close the race and age voting gap. We will continue to mobilize women across the country to continue using their voice to fight for the change they want to see.

#ABeautifulNoise

Our friends, Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile recorded the song A BEAUTIFUL NOISE to help people inspire one another to turn out at the ballot box by sharing empowering stories, their reasons why they vote, and their plans for voting. We want to keep this momentum going by encouraging you to make your voices heard and share HOW and WHY you plan to make #ABeautifulNoise beyond the election, and challenge your circle of family and friends to do the same.

Week of Action

In August 2020, we celebrated the centennial of the 19th amendment by hosting the When All Women Vote Week of Action. We highlighted the enduring disenfranchisement of women of color and challenged more women across the country to take the pledge to join us- making the United State of Women 10,000+ women stronger.

Our premiere action during the week was the When All Women Vote #CouchParty. Hosted in partnership with Glamour and When We All Vote, we heard from special guests Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, Valerie Jarrett, Glamour Editor-in-Chief Samantha Barry, actor and activist Yvette Nicole Brown, among other incredible speakers. By the end of the night, we reached more than 300,000 eligible women voters through text!