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Vote with Love

Vote with Love

Let's do this! 

Voting season is upon us, and the votes we cast this year will significantly impact present and future generations. We designed and handcrafted this necklace with a heart embedded in it as a visible reminder to vote with love. 

Visibly, what we wear is one of the most impactful ways we can show we care about voting, and why it's so important. When we lead with love and vote with our hearts, a choice becomes crystal clear. 

After all, voting is a right generations of Americans have struggled to win. Many people in other countries are still fighting for it. Everyone has a voice and your vote matters! 

We handcrafted this necklace, embedded with a heart, as this is the most crucial election of our lives.

10% of all Vote necklace proceeds will go to Rock the Vote, a nonpartisan nonprofit platform dedicated to empowering and helping young people vote. 

Available in silver and gold - inspiring others to vote can make all the difference.

This is an Amy Nordström exclusive design for Collective Hearts. Available for pre-sale now, ships September 15th.

  • Handcrafted in Northern California
  • 14k gold-filled chain with one-of-a-kind vermeil charm
  • Raw materials are 100% USA-sourced
  • Adjustable 16"-18" chain 

This November, with so many important topics at hand, we have the privilege and duty as Americans in a free country to cast our votes in this upcoming election. 

It is easier than ever to be an educated voter. Information is at our fingertips - the internet is the perfect resource to research your local and nationwide candidates and their platforms.  

Let's encourage young people to vote. They account for half the voting population, making them a powerful political force. Young people need to vote to directly influence issues that will affect their lives for years to come. The voter turn out in most communities is under 50%.

Reports (and history) show that those that lean towards the Democratic party, vote less than Republicans.

There is still time to register to vote.

Check out 11 ways for young people to get involved.

With heightened concern about voting in person and voting by mail, it is recommended to vote early

This election is important, not only for citizens living in the United States but for other countries, too. Absentee votes count, so let's encourage U.S. citizens living abroad to vote. And, let's remember our elderly or at-risk peers who may need assistance with voting.

Vote with Your Heart. Vote with Love. 

1 comment

Jennifer Freas

Great resources, also if you are registered to vote by mail keep a lookout for a postcard in the mail to verify your signature. It needs to be completed and returned by the due date for your vote to count.

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