Voter Registration Digital Toolkit | Project HOME

Voter Registration Digital Toolkit

This nonpartisan election toolkit is designed to help Vote For Homes members get the word out the 2020 election through social media, flyers, and in person (when it can be done safely). If you have any questions, please contact Jewel Harris at or Jennine Miller at

Voter Registration Materials

These materials were developed by the Vote For Homes Coalition to support voter registration and mobilization of low-income voters. You are welcome to use and modify for your voter outreach efforts.

Customizable Registration Link

Vote For Homes members can provide registrants with a link customized with your organization's name courtesy of Rock the Vote. Just add your name to the end of the url:

Once you decide your link, email to tell them you are using this feature and we can make you a shortened link and flyer.

Embed Codes

Registration Button

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Registration Form

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Social Media 

Voter Registration

Will you be 18 by October 19, 2020? If so, make sure you are registered to vote TODAY. If you are not registered, you can visit to sign up today. It will take you less than 5 minutes!

Your voice matters. The 2020 Presidential Election is approaching, so make sure you are registered to vote today. You can register at 

I say from time to time that the vote is precious. It's almost sacred. It is the most powerful nonviolent tool or instrument that we have in a democratic society. And we must use it. -Congressman John Lewis. To Register to vote please visit

Have you registered to vote? Take our pledge to stay updated for the 2020 Election. Visit!

Mail-in Ballot

Would you like to vote from the comfort of your home? You can sign up to receive a mail-in-ballot today by visiting The deadline to register for a mail-in-ballot is October 27, 2020. 

Want to avoid long lines? What to avoid looking for transportation the day of the election? Because of Covid-19, there are many precautions you must take while voting at the polls. Why not avoid this by voting from home?! Go to to request a mail-in ballot for the 2020 election.

The Vote For Homes Coalition partners with Rock the Vote to provide you with this safe and efficient online voter registration option Pennsylvanians must be registered by October 19. #VoteForHomes

Do you want to avoid long lines? Are you tired of catching SEPTA to get to the polls? If so, apply for the PA Mail-In Ballot by October 30 at #VoteForHomes

Need information or want to register to vote with us? Comment “register” below #VoteForHomes

Have you registered to vote? If not, visit It takes less than 5 minutes! #VoteForHomes

Our votes matter! Make sure you are registered to vote TODAY at #VoteForHomes

You can participate in the 2020 election if you register at by October 19! #VoteForHomes

Our participation helps to determine who will lead the United States for the next FOUR years! #VoteForHomes

You can vote via mail or at the polls. #VoteForHomes

Are you already registered to vote? Here’s some information about the upcoming election at! Take the pledge! #VoteForHomes

Sample Posts: 

On the fourth Tuesday each September, we celebrate National Voter Registration Day—honoring our democracy and empowering new voters. 

Next Tuesday, September 22, you can join thousands of other volunteers online and in your community looking to make this the most successful celebration yet!  

With regular voter registration efforts at DMVs and the community limited by COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to get involved. 

You can register to vote at . Once you are registered, you can request a mail-in ballot before October 27 at . 

To find out more about the celebration, head to 

#VoteForHomes #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteReady 

Every year, millions of eligible voters are unable to cast a ballot because of a missed registration deadline, outdated registration information, or other problems with their voter registration. These issues disproportionately impact communities of color. With the challenges of COVID-19, it is more important than ever for us to join together to ensure everyone who can be is registered and ready to vote safely. 

Next Tuesday, September 22, you can join thousands of other volunteers in celebrating National Voter Registration Day—honoring our democracy and empowering new voters.You can register to vote at . Once you are registered, you can request a mail-in ballot before October 27 at . 

To find out more about the celebration, head to  #VoteForHomes #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteReady 

Sample Tweets: 


Celebrate democracy in America by registering to vote on September 22. #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteForHomes 


National Voter Registration Day is in just [INSERT AMOUNT OF TIME]! Register to vote at & find a voter registration event near you or online at #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteForHomes 


Did you know we are helping to register voters in our community? We’re part of National Voter Registration Day. Celebrate with us on September 22! #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteForHomes 


National Voter Registration Day is next Tuesday, September 22. Get registered ( and help your community be #VoteReady ! #NationalVoterRe... #VoteForHomes 

Sample 9/22 Tweets: 


It’s National Voter Registration Day! Take 30 seconds to register to vote ( ), check your registration status ( ), or find a registration event! #NationalVoterRegistrationDay #VoteForHomes 


If you’ve recently moved, turned 18, or changed your name you may not be #VoteReady! Take this opportunity to update your voter registration at  #NationalVoterRegistrationDay 


Voter registration is more important than ever this year, as COVID-19 has changed the landscape. Be part of the solution and get your community #VoteReady today on #NationalVoterRegistrationDay ! #VoteForHomes 


Already registered and wondering how you can celebrate #NationalVoterRegistrationDay today? Tag a friend or 10 and tell them to pass it on! Or get #VoteReady yourself! Request a mail-in ballot at & find out more at