If you are going to vote in person, do it safely and maybe even wear a special mask for the occasion. Tokki x Gravitas created these masks with NYC designers in both adult and kid sizes, celebrating 100 years of women’s right to vote. There are three in the collection, two of which feature prominent women leaders on the last century. Ten percent of the proceeds will support the National Black Women’s Justice Institute.
Chicago company Tee 2 You makes custom threads and, this election season, they are making a few hats that are universal to everyone. Their vote hats come with a heart of LA style, making them a cute way to remind everyone of the power of voting.
Kids are never too young to learn about the electoral process and the importance of leadership. With Barbie’s newest line of dolls, kids can form their own campaign with a campaign manager, fundraiser, candidate and voter. There are even downloads available that will help teach your kids about voting and leadership skills, too.
Elections are confusing for kids (and adults) but this book series helps answer questions about voting, campaigns and everything that goes into election season. The series, “What’s the Big Deal About…” is a popular one and a good explainer for kids age 6 and up.
This cute shirt does more than just encourage your crew to cast their vote–it also gives back! Proceeds from every shirt sold will help fund rides to the polls for those who otherwise would not have transportation. The company is partnering with a rideshare to ensure there are no barriers to voting on November third.
Strut to the polls in a stylish fashion. Birdies has created a limited-edition line of five different leather flats with artwork by designer Danielle Stern of Leftys Right Mind, all with the mission of getting women to vote. They pledge to donate $10,000 to Step Up, an organization that empowers and educates young women.