We get it – this year has been challenging. And this election season feels more intense than ever. So we’ve created an election guide to help keep you sane. Including ways to get or stay civically engaged, where to turn for Jewish wisdom when times feel confusing, and much more. We’ll continue to update this over time. Get in touch if you want to grab a coffee with us to process the state of the world.

Get Engaged

Take Action

  • Demand Secretaries of State ensure fair and just statewide elections
  • Urge your state leaders to allow every vote to be counted before election results are certified 
  • Find an event near you with Protect the Results 
  • Read up on all you should know about attending a protest
  • Should you be moved to head out into the streets in nonviolent protest following the Election, we recommend taking a look at this Wired article beforehand, How to Protest Safely
  • Learn how to protect your vote and help ensure that every voice is heard with Religious Action Center’s 2020 Toolkit
  • Understand the myths and truths around voter fraud

Self Care

A Look Ahead

What’s Next


Next Week

A Meditation on Voting excerpt by Rabbi Lev Meirowitz Nelson

By voting, we commit to being full members of society, to accepting our individual responsibility for the good of the whole. May we place over ourselves officials in all our gates…who will judge the people with righteousness (Deuteronomy 16:18), and may we all merit to be counted among those who work faithfully for the public good.

Open our eyes to see the image of God in all candidates and elected officials, and may they see the image of God in all citizens of the earth. Grant us the courage to fulfill the mitzvah of loving our neighbors as ourselves, and place in our hearts the wisdom to understand those who do not share our views.

We Were Made For These Times by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

My friends, do not lose heart. We were made for these times. I have heard from so many recently who are deeply and properly bewildered. They are concerned about the state of affairs in our world now. Ours is a time of almost daily astonishment and often righteous rage over the latest degradations of what matters most to civilized, visionary people.

Ours is not the task of fixing the entire world all at once, but of stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach. Any small, calm thing that one soul can do to help another soul, to assist some portion of this poor suffering world, will help immensely. It is not given to us to know which acts or by whom, will cause the critical mass to tip toward an enduring good.