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Vot-ER develops nonpartisan civic engagement tools and programs for every corner of the healthcare system—from private practitioners to medical schools to hospitals.
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Voter Badge User Guide

Learn how to use a Vot-ER badge to help patients register or prepare to vote.
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Use our conversation starters to start nonpartisan discussions about voting.
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The Next Voting Frontier—Our Healthcare System

Voting is just one tool to advocate for what we care about—but it's a powerful one.

Research shows that our communities are healthier when more voters can participate in the democratic process.
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