BE A MULTI-ISSUE VOTER Everyone Thrives. No exceptions! Everyone Thrives. No exceptions

Multi-issue voters consider candidates' positions on all social justice matters. Single-issue voters vote on one issue, disregarding the full body of equally sacred issues that preserve and protect the freedoms we all need to thrive in a multi-faith, multiracial democracy.

Make a plan.


Even if you are certain you are registered to vote, look up your voter registration. Sometimes, people are unexpectedly removed from voting rolls without being informed by their state or locality. Checking your registration ensures you can do your part as a multi-issue voter.


When you vote early, you choose your own Election Day! On your day, you avoid long lines, conflicts with work and family schedules, inclement weather, and more. Depending on your local voting laws, early voting may mean voting in-person at a location, placing your ballot in a drop box, or mailing in your ballot.


Tuesday, November 5 is Election Day. Schedule it like you would any other important appointment. Choose a time and add it to your home, work, and mobile calendars. The place you voted last time, may be different in 2024, so check your voting poll’s location and operating hours.


We can all play a part in helping our country get better at voting. Let friends and family know your voting plan and encourage them to make one of their own, too. This worksheet helps you track your efforts (and theirs!) Make arrangements to vote as a group with playgroups, neighbors, or church friends. Make it a special occasion for kids and take them for dinner and dessert afterwards.

Be engaged & prepared Register to Vote Check Registration Check Your Ballot Check State Deadlines Vote By Mail Help Friends & Family

Resources for action.

The Vote Our Future store is open. Get your Multi-issue Voter T-shirt today! 

Make a powerful commitment to protect the freedoms we all need to thrive. Sign the multi-issue voter, Pope Francis Voter Pledge today. And be sure to share the pledge link with friends, neighbors, family members–everyone!

Pope Francis tells us that issues of justice are equally sacred. This election year, keep the Equally Sacred Checklist handy to research and reflect on the issues to determine how your vote can help make communities safer, preserve our democracy, and prioritize people and families over the ultra-wealthy and corporations. Download a Spanish, English, or large print English version of this vital guide to aid in your election season research and to share with friends and family!

Llínea de ayuda nacional bilingüe/ Bilingual voter assistance line

Puede llamar a línea de ayuda nacional bilingüe al 1-888-839-8682 (1-888-VE-Y-VOTA) para averiguar si está registrado para votar. Hosted by NALEO, Los horarios de la línea de ayuda son de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 8:00 p.m. ET
If you need assistance in Spanish, call the bilingual hotline: 1-888-839-8682 (1-888-VE-Y-VOTA) hosted by NALEO, it operates Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

You know about NETWORK’s non-partisan voter engagement and education campaign, Vote Our Future, but what about your friends and family? Let them know that Vote Our Future equips Catholic voters—and all people who advocate for the common good—to engage in this year’s election.By helping friends and family make their voting plan, YOU take action to increase voter turnout and spread the multi-issue voter message!

RCN helps us craft messages that motivate justice-seekers, energize organizers and activists, and spread to make substantive community change. These narratives are effective at moving people to act based on  our values like affordable and accessible healthcare, safe working conditions, and an end to poverty wages. Use this toolkit to help you have conversations in-person, on social media, wherever you spread Vote Our Future!

NETWORK is happy to share a Voter Registration Drive toolkit that contains the essential steps of planning, promoting, and executing a successful voter registration drive in your community. This is a non-partisan educational resource, as part of NETWORK Advocates’ 501(c)(3) election year education campaign, Vote Our Future: Everyone Thrives— No Exceptions!