Voting is a sacred right in the United States and it is the most effective way to make your voice heard by the political leaders of the country. The Coptic community in America is 600,000 people strong. But unless each and every one of us registers to vote and expresses our opinions through the ballot box, we are mute and powerless both individually and as a group.
Registering to vote is as easy as filling out a form and putting it in the mail. Just click on the box below, enter the required information, print the form, and mail it to the address provided. It’s that easy!
And when you’re finished, encourage your friends and family to register too.
You may feel that with almost 300 million people in the United States, your vote does not mean anything. But that is not the case!
- John F. Kennedy beat Richard Nixon in the 1960 presidential election by less than one vote per precinct.
- The right for women to vote in California passed in 1911 by one vote per precinct.
Even one vote can make a significant difference!
- No matter what side is victorious in an election, your vote is still important because it shows support for the candidates who support equality and human rights for Copts in Egypt.