My Health, My Vote Campaign
My Health, My Vote is a nationwide, nonpartisan and multilingual voter registration campaign to engage Asian Americans (AA), Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) and other underserved populations served at health centers, to register and vote in the upcoming election!
AAs and NHPIs are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States and are an increasingly influential part of the electorate. Despite this, AAs and NHPIs continue to face barriers to vote. In 2013, only 60 percent of eligible Asian Americans were registered to vote due to voter registration obstacles including little or no language assistance, a lack of outreach from political parties, and regressive voter ID laws that discourage AA and NHPI voters.
My Health, My Vote aims to address these barriers by working with health centers to educate and encourage their patients and community members, particularly AAs and NHPIs, to register to vote.
Campaign materials include multilingual voter registration posters, buttons, personal stories and social media tools available in English and five Asian and Pacific Islander languages:
Download My Health, My Vote multilingual campaign materials by clicking on the links on the right sidebar. You can also join the campaign on social media by using #MyHealthMyVote.
Visit this page often for updates on how you can get involved!