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Mister Says YES to Voting!

Mister Car Wash believes that every voice matters and every vote counts. Our nonpartisan initiative came from employees’ expressed desire to increase participation in our country’s elections.

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We are creating voluntary online courses for our employees on registering to vote, learning about the candidates and issues, and making a plan to cast their ballots.  We are also working to provide team members with time off for voting. Learn more about Mister Car Wash Says YES to Voting! here.

We encourage everyone to participate in the upcoming election on November 3rd.  For additional election information click here. Use the form below to check your voter registration status.

 

Use our Voter Checklist here to ensure you are ready to cast your vote!

 

Debunking Voting Myths

Once I register to vote, I’m set for all future elections.

Even after you’ve registered to vote, under certain circumstances you can be erased from the system — sometimes unknowingly. So it’s especially important to check your registration status ahead of time to avoid any unpleasant surprises on Election Day. In particular, you will likely have to re-register to vote when you move, change your name, switch political parties, or fail to vote in previous elections.

I don’t have a state-issued ID, so I can’t register to vote.

While many states may require a photo ID to cast a vote, you do not need one to register. If you don’t have a photo ID (driver’s license, etc.), you can use your social security number.

I can’t register to vote because I’ve been convicted of a crime.

Read through the state by state guide here to see your state’s specific rules regarding voting after a conviction.

My vote doesn’t matter.

Although it may feel like your single vote makes no difference in the grand scheme of things, it really does matter. There have been more than a dozen races over the last two decades determined by a single vote or ending in a tie. For example, in 2016, a New Mexico State House seat was decided by two votes out of almost 14,000, and in Arizona the margin on Election Day for a GOP primary for the U.S. House for the 5th Congressional seat from Arizona was just 27 votes. So, quite literally, a single vote can make a big difference.

Voter fraud is a big problem in the US.

The facts makes clear that fraud by voters at the polls is vanishingly rare, according to the Brennan Center of Justice here.  Additionally, according to the Heritage Foundation, of all the federal elections since 1948 (adding up to billions of votes cast), they found only 1,277 cases of voter fraud. Click here to learn more.

Voting by mail increases the risk of voter fraud

While no voting method is immune from some limited cases of voter fraud, voting by mail does not lead to widespread increases in voter fraud. States like Colorado, Hawaii, Utah, and Washington almost exclusively use mail-in ballots and rarely see any cases of voter fraud, according to The Heritage Foundation.