How to Register to Vote and Check Your Voter Status

The outdoor community is responsible to act – on climate, to protect public lands, and so much more. One of the best and most impactful ways to take action is: VOTING!

Democracy isn’t a spectator sport; it only works if we participate.

As individuals, we must register and participate in our civic duty during elections. As businesses, we must support our employees and consumers in exercising their right to vote. As a community, we must hold ourselves accountable and capable of facilitating climate action through voting.

Register to vote below via Vote.gov, or click here to check your voter registration status.

Author: OAP

Katie Boué is a Cuban-American outdoor advocate, freelance writer + social media expert, professional adventurer, climber, public speaker, former van-dweller, and public lands wonk. She is Miami-raised and traded flat Florida swamps for a life of exploring mountains, camping in the desert and playing in the snow. Boué currently lives in Salt Lake City, UT with her partner Brody Leven and dog named Spaghetti.

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