Vot-ER Allows Physicians to Encourage Voter Participation

Physicians can encourage voter participation by using Vot-ER, which provides nonpartisan tools for integrating civic engagement into your practice. Visit to learn more.

Vot-ER badges: Patients scan the badge's QR code to access a non-partisan, self-service voter platform where they can register, request a mail-in ballot, and learn about upcoming elections. Visit to get your free badge today!

Vot-ER's Community Civic Engagement Program (CCEP): A small grant program that expands non-partisan civic engagement through voter registration and turnout initiatives in community health centers. The CCEP program offers small grants from $5,000-$10,000 to community health centers who have an interest in non-partisan voter engagement and work in Black, Brown, Native and low-income communities. Applications are open from February 6, 2024 to March 11, 2024.

Civic Health Month: Vot-ER's nationwide celebration held each August to showcase the strengthening relationship between health care, healthy communities, and civic participation.