The ambassadors at Alveus Sanctuary can't vote to protect their wild friends, but you can! Explore our guide and get ready to vote by checking if you're registered to vote, previewing your ballot, seeing if you can vote early, and understanding the issues at stake.
If you're in the United States, use the tools below to ensure you're prepared to vote in the next election.
If you're outside the US, you can still follow these steps but will need to find the appropriate resources for your country.
Check if your state allows early voting, and if so, when and where you can vote early.
Siren wants leaders who will take action to protect the environment and address climate change.
Deforestation and other climate change factors affect her species and many more, leaving them with no natural habitat and a host of other challenges.
Georgie would like for leaders to ensure that waterways are clean and safe for both people and wildlife, free from pollution and safeguarded for the future.
Many species, including his own, live in the water and call it their home, while others—including us—depend on it for survival.
Fenn wants leaders who create, update, and protect laws that will ensure his species and all other wild animals are protected for generations to come.
Laws should not only protect wildlife, but also protect the ability to create and enforce laws in the future, and for us to be able to vote on them.
Abbott and his friends would like leaders who will protect public land, be that national parks, forests, or other areas, as they are vital habitats for so many.
Public land is also important for people, helping keep our air clean and providing places to explore and enjoy nature, disconnect from technology, and relax.
None of our ambassadors can vote, and they aren't worried about which party wins.
They just want to make sure that the people who are in power will do their best to protect their wild friends.
Every voice matters! Share this guide and encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to vote.
Take the time to research the candidates and issues on your ballot, understand their plans to address conservation and how they'll protect the environment while in office.
Your vote, and those of people around you, will help determine the future of our planet and all of its inhabitants.
As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, we do not endorse any candidates or political parties, nor do we oppose them. Our focus is on making sure you're ready to vote, and educating the world about conservation.