"The turnout for the November 8, 2022 election changed our concept of how midterm elections might affect the administration and party in power and demonstrated that American voters can sustain interest during non-presidential election years," said Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat, President and CEO, U.S. Vote Foundation. That turnout highlighted a nationwide understanding of the significance of these elections in ways that were once thought to be only reserved for quadrennial presidential elections.
Descriptive Domain from Identity Digital Increases the Foundation’s Online Visibility and Helps More Voters Find its Services.
BELLEVUE, WA – September 20, 2022 – As the midterm general election season gets underway, U.S. Vote Foundation (US Vote) has announced its new domain name: US.VOTE (www.us.vote). The organization will use this premier domain from Identity Digital, a leader in connecting the online world with domain names and related technologies, to help U.S. voters find the foundation’s new website, digital assets, and election information more easily. The site is optimized for mobile users, too, helping voters generate required forms faster.
In our work to expand voting access for all citizens we are excited to launch US Vote’s new resource guide for voters with disabilities. Together with a guest blog series on disability voting, the launch marks the 2022 National Disability Voting Rights Week.