Register to Vote by Mail

Voting By Mail is available in most states and has gained new importance as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact communities across the country. The right to vote is fundamental to our identity as American citizens and we all deserve to vote quickly and easily without putting our health at risk.

Over the past decade, Colorado, Utah, Washington, Oregon, and Hawaii have all transitioned successfully to universal Vote By Mail, finding it to be a safe and secure method for voting. Most states currently allow you to Vote By Mail but you need to register to do so. CaPA encourages you to protect your community’s health by using this credible tool to sign up to Vote By Mail this election cycle.

Registering to Vote by Mail Ballot is an amazing first step towards change. But you can dramatically increase your impact by simultaneously sending this page to three friends and family and encourage them to do the same.

  • CaPA will not call, email, or text you at any time nor share your information with any 3rd party even though it says we will in the standardized registration tool disclaimer. Read CaPA’s privacy agreement here.
  • You will receive vote reminders from as you approach election day which you can unsubscribe from as indicated in the registration tool disclaimer.
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CaPA is proud to partner with, an organization that employs technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy. They work to identify and resolve institutional roadblocks to voting, making it an accessible option for every U.S. citizen. In 2018, registered more than 1.5 million people through its tools and actively encouraged more than 40 million low-propensity voters to cast their ballots. The powerful tools provided by allows us to amplify the efforts of our grassroots partners. 


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