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AMWA Partners with Civic Health Alliance and Vot-ER to Promote Voter Engagement for 2022 Midterm Elections

Civic engagement through voting is vital to the health of our communities. It allows us to influence policy about resourcing and regulation of our healthcare system, including provisions that impact social determinants of health.

Given the connection between voting and our opportunities for optimal health, the American Medical Women’s Association is partnering with the Civic Health Alliance and Vot-ER to promote voter engagement and provide information to our members and allies.

Physicians have historically not been active voters, participating at a rate lower than that of the general population. It’s time to change that!

Check out the resources below and encourage your colleagues and patients to Register and Make a Plan to Vote!

Vot-ER Resources

Civic Health Alliance Resources

  • Share a Slide. Add a one-page slide to any presentation reminding people to register to vote.
  • Share RxVote Prescriptions. Order free RxVote “prescription” pads that make it easy for patients to register, check if they’re registered, or order absentee ballots.
  • Change your Email Signature. Add a vote reminder to your email signature that reminds all recipients to check their voter registration status.
  • Contact Your Network. Use any of these pre-scripted emails or sample social posts that invite others to join you in efforts to increase civic engagement in healthcare.
  • Resources – digital and print media and legal FAQs

Bolder Advocacy Resources

Thank you for your commitment to improving the health of our community.

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