Elections make a difference. Elected officials create and pass policies that effect our clients and our profession. This happens on all levels, including Congress, at state legislatures and in county and city councils.

Increasing Voter Participation

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Voter participation is a social work issue! The NASW Code of Ethics standard states: Social workers should facilitate informed participation by the public in shaping social policies and institutions.

NASW offers resources and online training to help you get out the vote in your community.

Get voter participation resources

National Voter Registration Day

Every year, millions of Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, don’t update their registration, or aren’t sure how to register. 

National Voter Registration Day was created to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to vote.

Learn more about National Voter Registration Day

Stay Informed, Take Action

See current legislation and key bills in Congress, and find out how legislators voted on bills of interest to social workers.

Visit the Action Center

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If you are seeking endorsement from NASW-PACE, kindly complete this questionnaire by Monday, September 30, 2024. 

If you have any questions, please reach out to Dina Kastner, NASW Public Policy and Advocacy Manager, at dkastner.nasw@socialworkers.org or 202-336-8218.

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NASW endorses Joe Biden for President

NASW enthusiastically endorsed Joe Biden for President in 2020.

Read the News Release