62% of our generation supports marriage equality. These young people are voting for it.
What are you voting for?
Find out more facts about Millennial voters in the new report from Campus Progress, Millennial Voters Refuse To Be Left Out Of This Election
In our latest pep talk, Emily tells the story of finding her own voice to speak up for her family.
As the daughter of two moms, Emily grew up in Massachusetts. She was 14 when the state’s marriage debate began, putting Emily’s family at the receiving end of nasty political rhetoric.
One radio station took it too far, and Emily called in to respond to a conversation about the children of LGBT parents. That day, Emily realized the importance of her voice and her experiences.
This Tuesday, November 6, Emily will use her voice and vote. Will you join her?
What will you use your voice to vote for? Record your own video and share it with us today!
Check out the Voting While Trans check list and resources from the National Center for Transgender Equality
Voting While Trans: Preparing for the New Voter ID Laws will explain what identification you need to vote in your state. And the Voting While Trans Checklist is a one-page guide to educate poll workers and election officials on the voting rights of transgender people.