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Pledge Your Voting Commitment

09/08/2020 09:24:58 AM


Dear Friends,

Your vote matters.

As Jews and Americans, we have an obligation to participate in elections to ensure that policies at the local, state, and national levels bring us closer to achieving our vision of a world where all people experience wholeness, justice, and compassion.

As part of our sacred mandate of tikkun olam, world repair, Am Shalom is participating in the Reform Movement’s 2020 Civic Engagement Campaign, and committing to becoming a 100 percent voting community. This is where you come in!

Commit to casting your vote, and share your voter plan, by filling out our (quick and easy) pledge card

Here are some important dates to keep in mind:

Vote by Mail Request
Ballot Deadlines
Deadlines for Registering to Vote Early Voting
Online Request: September 24 Online: October 18 In Person: October 19-November 2
Mail In Request: September 24 Paper/PDF: Postmarked by October 6 By Mail: Ballots must be postmarked by November 3
Ballots must be completed and returned no later than Election Day (November 3) In Person: October 6  








Questions can be directed to the Cook County Clerk's office at 312.603.0946 or the Lake County Clerk's office at 847.377.2410 (registering/early voting) or 847.377.2406 (vote by mail). Also, please call, text, or email any one of us if you have any questions:

Barbara Breakstone                  Fred Crandall                       Mitch Rogatz
312.318.323                              312.498.4979                       312.810.2527 


Barbara, Fred and Mitch
Am Shalom’s Get Out the Vote Team

PS If you’re unsure about your voter status, polling place, or whether you still need to register, click here.

Sat, December 2 2023 19 Kislev 5784