The Reform Movement's Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign

The Reform Jewish Movement's 2022 Campaign to Protect, Expand, and Strengthen Democracy

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The Reform Jewish Movement’s 2022 Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign is a nonpartisan effort, grounded in our Jewish values and commitment to racial justice, to strengthen our democracy by encouraging and protecting voter participation. As Reform Jews, we believe democracy is strongest when the electorate reflects the population – and it suffers when citizens are shut out from the democratic process. Voting is how we determine our future. It is how we fulfill the Talmudic teaching that a ruler is not to be appointed unless the community is first consulted. It is our prayer. It is our voice.  

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Get Out the Vote

Every individual has a role to play in strengthening democracy, combatting voter suppression, and ensuring that every eligible American can show up as a voter in the 2022 elections. Visit our Take Action page to learn more about our campaign to mobilize voters.  

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Leadership Opportunities

We are most powerful when we move our communities into action. As leaders, we can invite others to play a role in mobilizing voters throughout the country. Visit the Take Action page for more information.

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Every Voice, Every Vote in Your State

Our state-based affiliates in California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Texas will build power this election season through state-based campaigns and the Movement-wide Every Voice, Every Vote campaign, depending on each state’s needs. Visit our subscription center to sign up for updates about how to take action in your state. 


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Finding Hope

June 28, 2022
Thursday night's passage of a bi-partisan gun bill filled me with hope, even as the Supreme Court ruled against New York, which forces some states to actually loosen their gun regulations.

Practicing Democracy

June 28, 2022
As we reflect on the United States' Independence Day, I am mindful that democracy also takes commitment and practice. Democracy takes practice because it still is not accessible to all.

Four Lessons from the Launch of RAC-Massachusetts

June 14, 2022
On Sunday, June 12, 2022, congregants and clergy from over twenty Reform synagogues gathered at Temple Shalom of Newton for the launch of RAC-Massachusetts, the Religious Action Center’s ninth and newest statewide project. The room had an energy I haven’t felt since before the pandemic, reminding everyone there what can happen when we are in community.