You should vote. We want you to vote, and we want to do what we can to help you vote.
The employment and civil rights laws that protect you and your fellow Iowans are controlled by the Iowa legislature and the United States Congress. Except for the few individual rights in the Iowa Constitution and the United States Constitution, our elected officials control whether discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, is illegal. They also control whether and to what extent you can enforce your rights and recover damages when someone has discriminated, harassed, or retaliated against you.
Voting is the only way to make your voice heard on these issues. Voting is how you do your part to protect the rights of Iowa workers. Whether you need to register to vote, confirm your registration, get your absentee ballot, or find your polling place, here are some free resources to help you exercise your most fundamental right.