Giving Voice to the Voiceless in DC2


 "Don't complain. Don't hashtag.  Don't binge on whatever it is you're binging on.  Don't put your head in the sand.  Don't boo.  Vote." - President Barack Obama

It should come as no surprise to how the Covid-19 crisis has revealed and worsened deep disparities of opportunity, social mobility and health in our nation, and no less here in South Jersey.

Some say the pandemic will depress voter participation and discourage people from going to the polls. We say the opposite. The July 7 primary and November 3 general election will have profound consequences for working people of all races and backgrounds. It’s more important than ever that the voice of the people not be silenced.


That’s why we’ve partnered with First Lady Michelle Obama and her non-partisan voter campaign called When We All Vote. Just as with President Obama’s historic election to the U.S. Senate and then the Presidency, we have to start by increasing the number of registered voters, especially among the underrepresented and historically disenfranchised populations, including African American, Latino, low-income and working-class voters of all backgrounds, and young people. 

Download Outvote and join our friend-to-friend texting campaign right from your cell phone.

If you are not registered to vote you can start by clicking this link or the button below and Register to Vote:

If you are already registered, and you care about the outcome of this election, you are invited to join this campaign and register others through your networks and relationships such as congregation, family, friends, neighbors, civic associations, schools, universities and unions. Join us by clicking this link or the red join button below.