Your #Vote4MentalHealth Matters
From health care to the economy to criminal justice and more, mental health touches many of the issues that you might care about the most. When you cast your ballot, you #Vote4MentalHealth, whether you realize it or not.
Across the country, people are voting on mental health in 2020. Every elected official – from the president and Congress to county commissioners and city councilmembers – has influence on issues impacting people affected by mental health conditions. Your vote matters.
When you take the pledge to #Vote4MentalHealth, you commit to understanding how your vote impacts people with mental health conditions and how you can act. When you pledge, we’ll send you information on how to vote in your state and steps you can take to understand where candidates stand on issues you care about.
Take The Pledge

Join us to #Vote4MentalHealth

Before you #Vote4MentalHealth, have you:


Explored how different policy issues intersect with mental health?

Discovered how different elected officials impact mental health?

Researched the candidates on your ballot?

Shared an “I #Vote4MentalHealth” graphic on social media?

Checked your voter registration or registered to vote?

Learned more about your voting options, like voting early or by mail?

Made a plan to cast your ballot?

Encouraged 5 other people to vote?

Great! Now you’re ready to #Vote4MentalHealth!

Voter Resources

Click on your state to learn more about how to register and cast your ballot. 
Upcoming Deadlines

  • NM In-person Absentee Voting Ends
  • MI Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
  • MA Early Voting Ends
  • GA Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
  • GA Early Voting Ends
  • ID In-person Absentee Voting Ends

Your vote makes a difference. Here's why it matters:


48 million adults in the U.S. have a mental health condition (1 in 5 people)


More than 55% of adults with mental illness did not receive treatment in the last year


$193.2 Billion: Amount in lost wages in the U.S. due to serious mental illness