The November elections provide a crucial opportunity to vote for candidates at various levels of government. These elections will impact policies that affect both current and future generations. Child Care Aware® of America advocates for a comprehensive child care system that is equitable, child-centered, family-engaged, and responsive to community needs. Our Advocacy Toolkit, Social Media Graphics, Voter Guide, and Voting Resources are designed to help you engage legislators effectively. Join us in making a difference this election season and ensuring America is child care strong.


Elections are an opportunity to clarify the issues and ensure that our public officials understand what policy changes are needed to support accessible, affordable child care for all families. To help you engage effectively, we have developed a Voter Education Guide. This guide is designed to help you understand candidates’ positions on child care and to provide you with the tools to ask informed questions. Use this guide to learn how to research candidates, engage with them, and ask critical questions about their child care policies. Over the course of a campaign, candidates will typically have a number of in-person and virtual events where questions like these can be asked. Social media can also be a great venue for these discussions. Let’s ensure our elected officials prioritize high-quality, affordable child care for all families.




Learn more about your state’s registration deadlines, primary dates, and other special considerations. 

Whether you are  planning to vote in person or by mail, make sure you know your voting rights.

For resources for organizations about how to follow the rules while doing voter registration, voter education, or advocacy work, visit Bolder Advocacy’s Resource Library.   


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