1) Have a plan to cast your ballot on or before Election Day.
2) Know your state's voting requirements and deadlines. Vote.org has more.
3) Share messages about the importance of voting with children's needs in mind using the hashtag #VoteKids.
4) Download the AAP's customizable graphics at https://bit.ly/3lR7Zi5 to tell your followers that you plan to #VoteKids because their futures depend on it.
5) Encourage patients who are old enough to vote to make sure they are registered and have a plan to cast their ballot.
6) Read about key child health issues this election and their health equity connections at https://bit.ly/2EPx4JJ.
7) Look for opportunities to attend virtual town halls and ask candidates where they stand on key child health issues. Find potential questions to ask at https://bit.ly/2EPx4JJ.
8) Consider writing an op-ed in your local newspaper about a child health issue important to your community and why you plan to vote like children's futures depend on it.