Health care providers across all role groups and specialties can help their patients vote by mail, vote early in person, or find their election day polling place. It’s as simple as giving your patient the QR code or text message code and letting them scan it on their phone. The site guides your patients from there! Vot-ER Healthy Democracy Kits are created and shipped at no cost to health care providers.
Over 26,000 health care providers just like you are already taking action toward creating a healthy democracy. RNs, MDs, DOs, PAs, LICSWs and health care providers across all specialties are taking this low-effort, high-impact action. Your Vot-ER Healthy Democracy Kit includes a lanyard, badge backer, Vot-ER conversation scripts, and optional posters. Vot-ER is proudly a non-partisan 501c3 non-profit.
“My favorite part of this is just the idea that I was able to help someone register to vote so effortlessly.”
– Attending, Emory University Hospital
“I checked a patient’s voter registration who was absolutely convinced his registration was up-to-date. It turns out that it wasn’t and we got him updated!”
– Nurse, Children’s Hospital Colorado
“Patients have enthusiastically scanned my QR code and thanked me for caring about them in this way.”
– Resident, Duke University Medical Center
“I think the best part has been how pleased everyone is to see us doing this. It is a small thing but a really amazing way to advocate for our patients.”
– Medical Student, Perelman School of Medicine
VotER is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization. Our goal is to provide patients the opportunity to vote because much of our healthcare system and healthcare experiences are determined by the policies our elected officials implement. We are nonpartisan because we believe in a truly democratic process and aspire towards an American democracy that is inclusive to all. VotER does not support or oppose any political party or candidate for office. Rather, we hope that everyone takes it upon themselves to be politically engaged and informed so that they can vote for those that best represent their interests. Any and all views expressed by individuals or partners are their own and do not constitute the views or position of VotER.