Vote for Jobs


Voters have a wide range of issues to consider: the state of the economy; taxes; regulations and legislative initiatives; and the overall political landscape in Washington. Whatever your reason for voting, there has never been a more important time to make your voice heard. 

On November 6th, the entire House of Representatives, a third of the Senate, and a variety of local positions and ballot initiatives are on the ballot.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly encourages you to learn more about the candidates in each race and the issues at hand. But most importantly, we hope you will use the tools on this website to register to vote, find your polling place, and cast your ballot.

By being a part of the political process, we can elect officials who are willing to go to Washington to get things done in support of pro-growth policies that promote opportunity and job creation across the country.  The business community has too much at stake to sit on the sidelines.  

The single most powerful tool each one of us has is our voice and our vote.

Voter Tools


On Election Day, Catch a Ride to the Polls with Lyft and Uber!


In most states, voters are still required to visit their polling locations to physically cast their ballots. In 2016, youth, elderly and underserved communities were disproportionally affected by a lack of transportation to the polls. That's why we're proud to highlight the efforts of Lyft and Uber, who are ensuring voters can make their voices heard on Election Day. 



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