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NASW Policy Statements

The National Association of Social Workers engages in political advocacy in Washington, D.C., promoting social justice through legislative changes. 


Getting involved can be quick & easy! Sign up for legislative alerts from NASW to stay up-to-date with current bills being considered in Congress. This makes it super simple to support or oppose legislation by adding your name and contact information to letters to Congress!

Voting is Social Work: National Social Work Voter Mobilization Campaign

Buffalo State College is a Voter Friendly Campus. For more information, check out the Civic and Community Engagement website.

Register to Vote or Help Someone Register

By Phone

Text Vote SW to 34444


If you have a NYS ID from the Department of Motor Vehicles, you can register online.

Voter Registration Application

Mail In

Download a voter registration paper form and submit it to the County Board of Elections.

Forms in other languages can be found on the New York City Elections website (Chinese, Korean, and Bengali) or use the uniform voter registration form with state-specific instructions in various languages (English, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese).