Mailing your ballot shouldn’t mean you miss the gratification of an “I Voted” sticker! Celebrate using your voice with our special “I Voted by Mail” sticker.
You are registered to vote and know the value of your voice. Now it’s time to multiply your impact by taking our Vote Tripling Challenge. What is Vote Tripling? Vote Tripling is relational voter outreach to increase voter turnout. Our Vote Tripling Challenge is a pledge to remind at least 3 people in your life […]
In politics as well as culture, representations of military life can be very two-dimensional. While there’s a focus on the happy homecomings, the dreaded departures and every human grind experience in between are often overlooked. What happens when that understanding is lost? And how can military family members and veterans help reclaim our narrative?
This week, the U.S. Senate is voting on amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). We are supporting Amendment 2252 to prohibit military weapons from being transferred to local police departments.
Recent reports show that Russia offered bounties to Afghan militants for killing US service members. If you’re like us, this news left you bewildered and outraged. Not only are these perverse actions from a foreign adversary profoundly unsettling. But how could this go unanswered?!
Spouses stationed overseas face the same barriers to absentee voting as their service members do — sometimes, even more! Michigan’s statehouse is considering a bill that would allow overseas service members to submit their absentee ballots online. We support this bill, and we want it amended to include military spouses and of-age children.
Looking ahead to November, we want to make sure that no one has to risk their health and safety to cast a ballot. Now is the moment to tell Congress to include funds for states to expand their vote-by-mail systems in the next stimulus bill.
Join us for a virtual conversation with Lindsey Simmons — an active duty Army spouse running for Congress in Missouri.
Military families across the board are getting hit by hardships related to this outbreak. At SFI, we’re doing everything we can to assist support services for this community. Here’s how you can help.
Military families are directly impacted by our country’s decisions over war and peace. For us, the “Use of Military Force” is not an abstract concept; it’s a somber reality.