The campaign is led by
the Civic Health Alliance
in collaboration with other values-aligned organizations
Our goal is a simple one, to increase civic participation amongst health professionals
and those we serve through voter engagement.
WHY IT MATTERS
If voting is a sign of a healthy democracy, we are in need of serious interventions.
Historically, doctors tend to vote less often than the general public. The same is true for low-income populations and other marginalized communities. We know that poverty, systemic racism, and economic disparities adversely impact the ability of the average American to vote. So, too, does ease of voting access and voter registration.
Building on decades of work organizing and leading health professionals in service of civic engagement, we aim to mobilize our peers and patients to vote.
How we will work together
PARTNERS WILL COMMIT TO:
Keeping all activities
Participating in voter education and outreach activities in your companies, care settings, and communities
Sharing, learning, and celebrating with us
WE WILL COMMIT TO:
Curating easy to use and customizable resources to your facilitate voter engagement and outreach efforts
Convening quarterly roundtables to accelerate our individual and collective efforts
Harvesting, testing, and helping scale promising practices and insights among partners
Providers can help with the RxVote campaign by sharing the "RxVote Prescription" with their patients.
The Civic Health Alliance is a non-partisan coalition of health and civic leaders allied around a common cause: the advancement of America’s health through civic engagement in care settings and communities.