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Flex Your Vote

Exercising your right to vote is a critical part of advocacy and Fight Colorectal Cancer’s Flex Your Vote campaign is a one-stop-shop resource to help you prepare to head to the polls on November 8th, 2022.

Election Day: November 8, 2022

Pledge to Vote

Get Ready to Flex Your Vote

Fight CRC is a nonpartisan organization. We aren’t here to tell you who to vote for. There are as many reasons to vote as there are voters and each person has to make their own choices about what is most important to them, but Flex Your Vote will help you get ready for Election Day and to help you determine whether your candidate will be a relentless champion in the fight against colorectal cancer.

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Pledge to Vote

If we don’t raise our voices about issues that are important to the colorectal cancer community, no one else is going to do it for us. Pledge to cast your vote and raise your voice for the colorectal cancer community.

Get Ready for November

Are you registered to vote? Have you requested your mail-in ballot? We’ve got you covered. Click on the squares below to get ready to cast your vote in November. And make sure to sign our Flex Your Vote pledge to cast your vote and raise your voice for the colorectal cancer community. 

Get to Know Your Candidates

An important part of voting is getting to know the candidates in your area. Our Flex Your Vote Candidates Toolkit has information on where and when to engage your candidates, tips for sharing your story, and what questions to ask. 

Before you cast your ballot, it is important to learn about the candidates running in your area. Most candidates will have websites that describe many of their policy positions. Still, reaching out to them through social media, email, in-person, or virtual events is often helpful. Download our toolkit for information on ways to engage your candidates, how to connect, and examples of what to say.

Who Is On The Ballot?

You’ve probably seen plenty of television ads, mail, and yard signs, but if you aren’t sure who is running in your area, the best place to start is at your state or local election office. Most will have information on who is running, how to register to vote, where your polling place is, and more.

Voter Registration Deadlines

StateRegistration DeadlineMail-in Ballot Application DeadlineMail-in Ballot Deadline
ALOctober 23November 1November 8
AKOctober 30October 29November 18
AZOctober 10October 28November 8
AROctober 30November 1November 8
CAOctober 23November 1November 15
COOctober 31October 31November 8
CTNovember 1November 7November 8
DEOctober 15November 4November 8
D.C.October 18October 23November 18
FLOctober 10October 29November 8
GAOctober 10October 28November 8
HIOctober 10November 1November 8
IDOctober 14October 28November 8
ILOctober 11November 3November 22
INOctober 11October 26November 8
IAOctober 23October 23November 8
KSOctober 18November 1November 11
KYOctober 10N/ANovember 8
LAOctober 9November 4November 7
MEOctober 18November 5November 8
MDOctober 18November 1November 18
MAOctober 19November 1November 8
MIOctober 23November 4November 8
MNOctober 18November 1November 8
MSOctober 9November 1November 13
MOOctober 12October 26November 8
MTOctober 9November 1November 8
NEOctober 28October 28November 8
NVOctober 11N/A (all voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot)November 8
NHOctober 25November 1November 8
NJOctober 18November 1November 8
NMOctober 11November 3November 8
NYOctober 14October 23November 15
NCOctober 14November 1November 8
NDNo RegistrationNovember 1November 7
OHOctober 9November 5November 18
OKOctober 14October 24November 8
OROctober 18November 3November 15
PAOctober 23November 1November 8
RIOctober 9October 18November 8
SCOctober 9November 4November 8
SDOctober 23November 1November 8
TNOctober 9November 1November
TXOctober 9October 28November 8
UTOctober 28October 28November 7
VTNovember 8November 1November 8
VAOctober 17October 28November 11
WAOctober 31N/A (all voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot)November 8
WVOctober 18November 2November 13
WIOctober 19November 3November 8
WYOctober 25November 1November 8

Additional Actions


Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) is a nonpartisan advocacy organization that promotes better policies and supports research, education, and awareness for all those touched by colorectal cancer. All employees, board members, and volunteer representatives at Fight CRC are required to maintain nonpartisanship while acting in an official capacity on behalf of the organization.

The Fight CRC advocacy team determines its strategic legislative and policy priorities by working with policy experts, collaborating with coalition partners, and soliciting feedback directly from colorectal cancer patients and family members.

For more information, click here.

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