Voter Engagement

Our vote is our voice. But efforts to exclude individuals from the electoral process lie at the heart of the effort to increase voter engagement in the United States.

But voter engagement is more encompassing than just voting. It means understanding the issues at stake and encouraging every person to contribute to the political process.

Throughout its history, NCJW has worked to expand voting rights, drive voter turnout, educate on the issues, and engage advocates. Our work continues today, with a renewed focus on developing grassroots networks and leaders to build power in their communities. Our ultimate goal? That every eligible voter is able to register to vote, cast a ballot, and engage in all levels of government in a deep and meaningful way.


For additional information, please contact our VP’s of Advocacy: Deena Dell at or Pam Gordon at