National Voter Registration Day Breaks Record


More than 800,000 people registered to vote this year as part of National Voter Registration Day, breaking the previous record set during the 2016 presidential campaign. 

The campaign on Sept. 25 had a goal of registering 300,000 voters.

Americans are realizing that midterms do matter, and if you’re a federal employee, they really matter. Every federal employee has a direct personal stake in these midterm elections—your paycheck, job security, retirement and healthcare are all decided by Congress. By being informed voters, we have the power to send federal employee supporters to Washington in January.

Not yet registered to vote? It’s not too late—register today.

Already registered? Check out our list of endorsed candidates in states and congressional districts nationwide. These are the men and woman who value federal employees and will fight for the issues that matter to you.

Also, be sure to watch for our 2018 election section in the next issue of the NTEU Bulletin, coming to your mailbox this month.