FIND YOUR FIVE IN SWING STATES

A few key states such as Florida, Pennsylvania, and Michigan will likely determine this election.  Find friends in these key states and reach out to them with VOTE 5X5! It will allow you to make the greatest difference.

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2020 SWING STATES

Electoral Delegates & Deadlines

TEXAS

38 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 5, 2020 

FLORIDA

29 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 5, 2020 

PENNSYLVANIA

20 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 19, 2020 

OHIO

18 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 5, 2020

VIRGINIA

13 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 13, 2020

ARIZONA

11 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 5, 2020

MISSOURI

10 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 7, 2020

WISCONSIN

10 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 14, 2020

NEVADA

6 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 29, 2020 (online)

October 6, 2020 (mail/in-person)

COLORADO

9 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 26, 2020

IOWA

6 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 24, 2020 (by 5:00 pm)

NEW MEXICO

5 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 6, 2020 (online/mail)

October 31, 2020 (in-person)

MAINE

4 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 13, 2020 (mail)

Election Day (In-person)

NEW HAMPSHIRE

4 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

Election Day (in-person)

If by mail, contact local city clerk

 

MICHIGAN

16 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

Election Day 

MINNESOTA

16 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

Election Day

GEORGIA

16 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 5, 2020

NORTH CAROLINA

15 Delegates

Must Register to Vote by:

October 9, 2020

THE SWING STATES AND NON-VOTERS: FACTS

In 2016, only 61.4 percent of the citizen voting-age population reported voting.

Most non-voters would vote Democratic: Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents made up a 55% majority of nonvoters; about four-in-ten (41%) nonvoters were Republicans and Republican-leaners.

Trump won the states of Michigan and Wisconsin by less than 1%, and the states of Florida and Pennsylvania by a mere 1.2%.

If less than 1% of the voters in Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, and Pennsylvania had voted for Clinton instead of Trump, these states would have applied all of their 75 electoral votes for Clinton, and Trump would have lost the election by an electoral vote of 307-231.

Conclusion: If more people vote in the next election, the results will be different. Moreover, it is important that, if possible, your 5x5 Group includes people in the key swing states. See the following chart of the swing states and the electoral votes at stake in each state.