Ensure Your Voice is Heard in 2020

Introduction

One person can make a difference and one vote can be the difference… and casting a vote is one of the best ways to ensure that your voice will be heard.

Make your voice heard in 2020! The election season is right around the corner and we want to encourage all Nexa employees to let their voice and vote heard by casting a ballot for nominees that best represent you! we’ve put together a list of resources for you to learn more about voting, how and where to register, and more.

How to Register to Vote

 

Arizona

Deadlines:

Primary Election

  • Voter Registration Deadline:  July 6, 2020
  • Absentee/ Mail-In Ballot Deadline: July 24, 2020 (must be a registered voter)
  • Election Day: August 4, 2020

General Election

  • Voter Registration Deadline: October 5, 2020
  • Absentee/ Mail-In Ballot Deadline: October 23, 2020 (must be a registered voter)
  • Election Day: November 3, 2020

Links:

General Voter Information →

Arizona Voter Registration →

Absentee/ Mail-In Ballot Registration →

Virginia

Deadlines:

General Election

  • Voter Registration Deadline: October 13, 2020
  • Absentee/ Mail-In Ballot Deadline: October 23, 2020 (must be a registered voter)
  • Election Day: November 3, 2020

Links:

General Voter Information →

Virginia Voter Registration →

Absentee/ Mail-In Ballot Registration →

Important Deadlines

 

Arizona Primary Election – Mon Aug 4th

  • Deadline to Register: Mon 07/06
  • Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot: Fri 7/24 5p (Must already be a registered voter)
  • Deadline to join Permanent Early Voting List: Fri 7/24:
  • Recommended Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot: Wed 07/29 or may drop off at approved site on Election Day
  • Vote In-Person/Drop off Absentee Ballot: Mon 08/04 7p

 

Arizona General Election – Tue Nov 3rd

  • Deadline to Register: Mon 10/05
  • Deadline to request a ballot by mail or PEVL (Permanent Early Voting List): Fri 10/23
  • Recommended Deadline to Mail Absentee Ballots: Wed 10/28 or may drop off at an approved site on election Day
  • Vote In-Person/Drop Off Absentee Ballot: Tue 11/03 7p (Polls open 6a-7p, anyone in line at 7p will be allowed to vote. Make sure to bring a valid Photo ID

 

Virginia Primary Election –Tue June 23rd

  • Deadline to Register: Closed
  • Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot: Closed
  • Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot/Vote In-Person: Tue 06/23 7p

 

Virginia General Election – Tue Nov 3rd

  • Deadline to Register: Tue 10/13
  • Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot*: Fri 10/23 5p EDT
  • Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot/Vote In Person: Tue 11/03 7p (Polls open 6a-7p, anyone in line at 7p will be allowed to vote. Make sure to bring a valid Photo ID.)

 

*The State of Virginia requires voters requesting an absentee ballot provide an approved reason which prevents/him her from voting in person. An exception was made for the Primary Election but has not yet been announced for the General Election.

Local Elections

 

Arizona Primary Election Candidates:

 

Arizona General Election Candidates:

 

Virginia General Election Candidates:

How You Can Get Involved

  1. Start your own Voting Squad – Encourage friends & family to vote or Volunteer to become a Voting Captain in your community
  2. Get informed – Research how voting makes a difference and how your voice counts, learn about the candidates & ballot issues – ballotready.org allows you to explore your ballot, compare candidates, and more
  3. Share your message using social platforms
  4. Encourage teens in your life approaching voting age register to vote now

Resources

 

justfacts.votesmart.org:

Learn more about your politicians at justfacts.votesmart.org. This site tracks politicians’ biographies, issue positions, voting records, public statements, ratings and their funders.

 

ballotready.org

Every candidate and referendum explained. Explore your ballot. Make informed decisions. Vote! View candidates and referendums across all 50 states. Information for Arizona now live at ballotready.org.

 

usa.gov/voting

Find answers to common questions about voting in the United States at usa.gov. Learn more about common voting and election terms, congressional, state, and local elections, decide who to vote for, find your state or local election office website, find out how you can vote, and much more.

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