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This simple tool makes it fun and easy to inspire others to vote

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There’s a lot more to voting than just checking a box. Our voting plan template can help you think through the details, so you can make sure your voice is heard. Also, sharing your plan will inspire your friends and family to make a voting plan—which is proven to make it more likely that they’ll vote, too! Here’s how our simple tool works:

  • Save the voting plan template (below) to your phone.
  • Upload it to your Facebook stories or Instagram stories and fill it out. (If you’re not super-savvy with Stories, we totally get it! You can save an extra copy of the template and fill it out with any photo editor instead, if that’s easier.)
  • Post your completed voting plan, and be sure to share a copy of the blank template too so your friends can play along!

Even celebs are joining the fun! Did you notice Kerry Washington’s plan in the featured image above? She’s getting a sitter to go vote early in person, then dancing in the streets—and she tagged her friends, Katie Lowes and Eva Longoria!

When you post your plan to social media, be sure to tag @parentstogether on Instagram or @parentstogetherorg on Facebook so we can see it—we might even feature you on our social channels!

Here’s the template to use, already sized to fit perfectly in Stories:


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Mckenna Saady is a freelance writer and digital engagement consultant from Richmond, VA. Before working for nonprofits such as the Human Rights Campaign and United Way, Mckenna spent nearly a decade as a child care provider and Pre-K teacher. She now lives in Philadelphia and volunteers as a foster parent for orphaned kittens with the PSPCA.