Clock iconNovember 3, 2020

Building Our Future

We believe in the power of your voice. This time of year, we are reminded of the importance of elections and the role we all play in using our individual voting power to collectively build the future we want.

Dear all CommonSpirit Health colleagues,

We believe in the power of your voice. This time of year, we are reminded of the importance of elections and the role we all play in using our individual voting power to collectively build the future we want.

Elections matter. Your voice matters more.

Through My Voice, My Vote, we are calling on all 150,000 CommonSpirit Health employees to vote this year. My Voice, My Vote is a CommonSpirit resource created to provide you with the important information you need to exercise your right to vote.

Through the My Voice, My Vote website, you can find out if you are registered to vote, get non-partisan information on candidates and policies, and receive official information from your state on how to cast your ballot this year.

As a ministry, we believe in civic engagement and the power our employees have when they vote their beliefs on Election Day. Use your voice to communicate what matters to you, to shape the community you want, and to amplify the call to change things of importance to you – voice it at the polls.

What do you believe in? Vote your conscience on Election Day.

Election Day is November 3, 2020. Click here to access the My Voice, My Voter Resources.

Register. Get Informed. Vote. It’s that simple.

Thank you for all that you have done and will continue to do as we, together, care for the common good.

Sincerely,

Shelly Schlenker
EVP, Chief Advocacy Officer
CommonSpirit Health

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