Joe Biden

This quiz will match your personality to an easy voting option!

We’re in one of the most consequential elections of our lifetimes. And one of the most important ways we can leave our mark on history is to organize and vote. Voting is easy and convenient. We’re here to help you prepare to vote, maybe for the first time. Answer these simple questions and we’ll read your mind to pick a way for you to vote this year.

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Are you dialed into what’s going on in this election?

Voting tip:
This year, your last chance to vote is on November 3, but voters across the country are already making their voices heard by voting early.

It’s Friday night. You are...

Your friends describe you as:

Your best friend's birthday is coming up. You are…

Voting tip:
Just like you would plan ahead to celebrate a friend’s birthday, picking a day and time to vote helps take the pressure off.

You talk with your friends and family:

You need ingredients for your banana bread recipe. You are...

How busy are your days?

Do you own or have access to any of the following? Check all that apply:

Last thing.

What’s your zip code?

We’ll use it to calculate your results based on the state you’re voting in.

Choose how we should follow up.

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The results are in:

Early bird voter

You’re not afraid to take charge of any situation because you already have a plan for everything.

In-person voter

It’s hard to imagine Election Day without your “I Voted” sticker and waving wildly to a poll worker.

Mail-in Voter

You don’t like to leave things until the last minute and you can handle everything you need to from home.

Voting Early

This election season, you can be one of the first to make your voice heard at the ballot box. Take a moment to double check that you’re registered to vote. Early voting is the perfect fit because we know you love checking things off your to-do list.

Early voting varies by state so make sure to check out your state’s specific guidelines, but you probably already knew that, didn’t you?

Voting in Person

You take pride in being right on time for things, and while in previous elections that might’ve meant voting first thing in the AM on Election Day, the right time for you to vote may, in fact, be even earlier this year.

Voting early in person is the perfect fit because you’ll still get to wave hello to your favorite poll worker (from at least six feet away and with a mask!), but you’ll get to do it on your own schedule. Think of it this way: Election Day is your last chance to make sure your voice is heard. And you don’t want to miss that shot. 

Make your plan for voting early, and then if something comes up, be sure to vote early in the day on November 3rd.

Voting By Mail

This election season, you can be one of the first to make your voice heard at the ballot box! Make sure that you have ample time to request your mail/absentee ballot, fill it out as soon as it arrives, and return it by mailing it in or taking it to an official dropoff location in your community. We know how much you love to be on top of deadlines, so don’t forget to request your ballot as soon as possible.

Vote by Mail

Doesn’t sound like you?

You might be more of a:

Early bird voter

You’re not afraid to take charge of any situation because you already have a plan for everything.

In-person voter

It’s hard to imagine Election Day without your “I Voted” sticker and waving wildly to a poll worker.

Mail-in Voter

You don’t like to leave things until the last minute and you can handle everything you need to from home.

Early bird voter

You’re not afraid to take charge of any situation because you already have a plan for everything.

In-person voter

It’s hard to imagine Election Day without your “I Voted” sticker and waving wildly to a poll worker.

Mail-in Voter

You don’t like to leave things until the last minute and you can handle everything you need to from home.

Voting Early

This election season, you can be one of the first to make your voice heard at the ballot box. Take a moment to double check that you’re registered to vote. Early voting is the perfect fit because we know you love checking things off your to-do list.

Early voting varies by state so make sure to check out your state’s specific guidelines, but you probably already knew that, didn’t you?

Voting in Person

You take pride in being right on time for things, and while in previous elections that might’ve meant voting first thing in the AM on Election Day, the right time for you to vote may, in fact, be even earlier this year.

Voting early in person is the perfect fit because you’ll still get to wave hello to your favorite poll worker (from at least six feet away and with a mask!), but you’ll get to do it on your own schedule. Think of it this way: Election Day is your last chance to make sure your voice is heard. And you don’t want to miss that shot. 

Make your plan for voting early, and then if something comes up, be sure to vote early in the day on November 3rd.

Voting By Mail

This election season, you can be one of the first to make your voice heard at the ballot box! Make sure that you have ample time to request your mail/absentee ballot, fill it out as soon as it arrives, and return it by mailing it in or taking it to an official dropoff location in your community. We know how much you love to be on top of deadlines, so don’t forget to request your ballot as soon as possible.

Vote by Mail