to find out how to request a mail-in ballot in your state and learn when ballots are due back.
Voting by mail is legal, safe, and widely practiced in the United States. It is the primary means of voting in states like Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Utah, and Hawaii. Voting by mail will allow people to participate in our democracy this November without having to fear for their health. There is no evidence
that increased voting by mail will lead to fraud; voter fraud is, in general, a very rare
phenomenon, and it is dangerous to use false claims or assumptions about fraud to attempt to delegitimize past or future election results.
In the coming weeks, the Sikh Coalition will continue to provide information pertaining to voting and civic engagement. In the meantime, we continue to recruit sevadaars
to help with voter registration efforts across the country; in just one month, we already have more than 40 volunteers across 16 states! Please keep checking our website
for new information, and reach out to email@example.com
if you are willing to join us and ensure that Sikh community members in your sangat turn out to vote on November 3. We will continue adjusting our organizing plans in both virtual and physical spaces in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and other public health officials.
As always, the Sikh Coalition urges you to practice your faith fearlessly.
Note: The Sikh Coalition is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. All Get Out The Vote (GOTV) work is being done in support of broader Sikh American civic engagement, and not for the benefit of any candidate, elected official, or political party.