#ReadyandVoting Tools

Sisters Lead Sisters Vote is committed to ensuring that the Black community is #ReadyandVoting. Our voter tools will help set you up for success.

1. Verify your registration!  It is so important to verify your registration, especially if you did not vote in the most recent election.  ​

2. Didn’t find your registration or not registered?

3. Are you verified and ready to vote?  Then, let’s make sure you don’t miss any elections!

4. Voting is now more accessible. You don’t have to go to the polls, you may choose to vote by mail or absentee ballot.

5. Download your sample ballot before you vote. This gives you the opportunity to review the ballot on your time, at any time. This information is updated to reflect the next upcoming election in your area.

Black women in the political space

#BLACKWOMENRAN2024

We are looking for Black Women who ran for office in 2024 to take the #BLACKWOMENRAN2024 SURVEY. This is in preparation for the 2024 Federal and Local Elections. The goal is to document the experiences  and needs of Black woman candidates and to document the historic leadership of Black women in the political space.

Sisters Lead
Sisters Vote

An organization formed and founded by a group of Black women leaders to be a voice for the interests of Black women and their families.

Our Mission

We support the political power of Black women by amplifying their voices on issues important to the Black community.

Our strength is not only our vote and our relationships with the Black community, but in our collective development and support of Black Women leadership. Our strategy is to amplify Black women’s voices; advance Black women’s political leadership; and expand Black women’s opportunities.

For SLSV, black women include any straight, cis, trans, gender-expansive, non-binary and/or any female – or emme-identified person who identifies as Black.

Felicia Davis, Vice Chair Sisters Lead Sisters Vote

"Black women are not just a powerful voting bloc, but capable and confident leaders who should be voted into office too. Black women are uniquely qualified for leadership at this time."