November 4, 2022

YWomen Vote


We’re less than one week away from Election Day on November 8th! YWCA Spokane is making sure their voices are heard and we hope you are too. Take a look through our gallery to see all the reasons why our staff votes!

Know Your…

Early Voting Options:

Absentee, mail-in voting, or in-person early voting options vary by state. See what early options are still available here.

Voter Registration Options:

As of this year, 22 states and Washington, D.C., have implemented same-day registration. Of those states, 20 and Washington, D.C., offer Election Day registration. See what your state allows.


Nonpartisan resources are available to educate voters about their rights. In addition to reviewing the ACLU’s Know Your Rights Voting Scenarios website, we encourage you to reach out if you experience barriers at the ballot box:

Election Day Hotline(s):

1-866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-88683)

1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)

1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual)

1-844-YALLA-US (Arabic)

ywca usa 2022 Reports and Polling Data

Find these and more from YWomenVote.



Reimagine Spokane’s

Illustration of astronaut on the moon with an American flag, with text that says, "Get Out The Vote 2022"


Sharpen Your Media Literacy

YWCA Spokane contributed to RS’s efforts to translate this zine in Spanish and Vietnamese. It’s a beautiful collection of art, information, and calls to action from 13 activist organizations doing the work to make Spokane a better city for everyone.


and Spend some time putting up flyers around town! Post at your favorite coffee shop or restaurant (with permission), or around your neighborhood. Tap or click the above image to download a printable flyer.


and See where your news source falls on the Media Bias Chart, which shows a source’s reliability and bias. You can filter media type by website or article, TV or video, and podcasts or audio.


Read our past blogs on legislation and voting:

By: Lara Estaris

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