Employee Voter Registration Week is Sept. 21-25 and National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 22
As Election Day 2020 nears, COVID-19 recovery, tax cuts, small business privacy, economic growth, and so many more issues are at stake. This has been a year unlike any in recent memory. We ended February with record job creation, optimism, and investment in the small business economy, but by the end of March, the impacts of COVID-19 and government-mandated shutdowns reversed those gains.
The stakes are high, and as a #smallbizvoter, it is critical that you and your employees are prepared to vote on or before Election Day this year.
Employee Voter Registration Week, which runs from Sept. 21 to 25, provides the opportunity to encourage your employees to participate in the political process by arming them with all the tools they need to fulfill their civic duty. National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 22.
Take action: Register to vote and encourage your employees to do the same.
Don’t let anyone tell you their vote doesn’t matter. Elections can come down to a single vote or a handful of them. You and your employees could be the ones who tip the scales in favor of lawmakers who are friendly to small business – but that can only happen if you take a few moments to sign up to vote at NFIB’s voter registration portal.
NFIB’s Election Center also provides all the election news and resources you’ll need to be an informed small business voter. Spread the word, and, while you’re at it, don’t forget to encourage your friends and family to vote. Thank you for being a #smallbizvoter.