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#HadassahVotes 2020

With #HadassahVotes, we’re mobilizing our members around all phases of voter engagement — online and in our communities. Join us and help us mark the 100th anniversary of women securing the vote by making this the largest turnout of women voters.

"At this moment in American history, two things are clear: with freedoms and rights come responsibilities, and women’s voices are needed more than ever," writes Hadassah National President Rhoda Smolow. Civic engagement is central to Hadassah’s promise to effect change – from promoting voting and an informed citizenry, to writing and meeting directly with elected officials on issues that matter.


Join the Hadassah Voting Team

Hadassah is participating in Vision2020Votes, a national, nonpartisan effort to get more women than ever registered and voting in the 2020 elections. Via the online platform Motivote, anyone can join Hadassah’s Voting Team and regional teams. Request an absentee ballot, add Election Day to your calendar, help someone else register, visit the Hadassah National Action Center and more — earning points every step of the way. Compete and engage online to make the whole voting process fun and easy.

By clicking this link, you agree that you are leaving Hadassah’s website and voluntarily accessing a third-party website for which Hadassah makes no claims or representations, and Hadassah is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of such third-party website. When you link to a third-party’s website, Hadassah’s website terms and conditions no longer apply. Review the applicable terms and policies, including privacy or data gathering practices, of this third-party website before registering or providing any personal information. Registrants will receive a Vision2020Votes Weekly Digest email with updates about your points, upcoming elections and deadlines, and more.

For more information about the Hadassah Voting Team, download the #HadassahVotes Quickstart Guide or contact advocacy@hadassah.org for assistance.

Celebrating Suffrage Through Civic Engagement

Celebrating Suffrage Through Civic Engagement Hadassah's July 2020 policy statement honors the history and impact of the suffrage movement and expands on Hadassah's support for voter engagement and grassroots advocacy. Hadassah supports all efforts to ensure that each eligible person can vote safely and without impediments.


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Hadassah Takes Civic Engagement Online

Hadassah Takes Civic Engagement Online In addition to #HadassahVotes, groups of Hadassah advocates across the country are meeting with representatives, senators and congressional staff online to educate policymakers about the Hadassah Medical Organization and promote Hadassah’s policy priorities. Supporters can also write to policymakers via the National Action Center.


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VIRTUAL DAY IN THE DISTRICT EXPERIENCE ›

Votes for Women: An Event Exploring Jews and Suffrage

Learn about the contributions of Jewish women to the suffrage movement and what that legacy means today. Watch the discussion with American Jewish historians Pamela Nadell, Melissa Klapper and Judith Rosenbaum, moderated by Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein, presented by the Hadassah Magazine Online Discussion Group.


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A LESSON IN ADVOCACY FROM JEWISH SUFFRAGISTS ›

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