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Pastor holds "Count Every Vote" sign at pro-Democracy protests in Washington DC on November 4, 2020.
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People of faith are partnering to defend the right to vote and to respond to voter suppression tactics that compromise the vision and the values of our democracy.

Learn about how you can get involved in Faiths United to Save Democracy, an effort to educate and equip people of faith and conscience with the tools and resources needed to protect members of their communities from unjust efforts that prevent eligible voters from exercising their right to vote.


Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner

Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner is the coordinator of TurnOut Sunday and Faiths United to Save Democracy.

She is the CEO and co-founder of Skinner Leadership Institute, a trusted advisor, public policy strategist, faith and community leader, author, lecturer, educator, executive coach, and mentor.

Bridget Moix
Bridget Moix

Bridget Moix is the fifth General Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL).

She also leads two other Quaker organizations, affiliated with FCNL: Friends Place on Capitol Hill and FCNL Education Fund.

José Santos Woss
José Santos Woss

José is FCNL’s Director for Justice Reform. He leads FCNL’s work on justice reform, election integrity, and policing.

He helps to lead the Interfaith Criminal Justice Coalition, an alliance of more than 40 national faith groups advocating to end mass incarceration.

What is Faiths United to Save Democracy?

Faiths United to Save Democracy, a nonpartisan, multi-racial, multi-faith, and multi-generation 2022-2024 voter justice campaign.

The FUSD campaign exists to overcome the unprecedented assault on democracy aimed at making it more difficult for people living in poverty, and vulnerable voters including people of color, the elderly, students, and people with disabilities to exercise their sacred right to vote. Learn more.