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The GOP Convention and Democratic Convention: What to Expect

The Conventions: What to Expect

Conventions are typically major events for political parties. Here's how they'll look different this year given that we're in the middle of a pandemic.

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100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

100 years ago, the Constitution was ratified to give women the right to vote. This year, if every millennial woman voted, we could decide the election. You know what to do: Vote.

August 17-20 - Skimm2020
Democratic National Convention

The DNC is where delegates vote on the party's presidential nominee.

August 24 - 27
Republican National Convention

The RNC is where delegates vote on the presidential nominee. Spoiler alert: It'll probably be President Trump.

September 22: National Voter Registration Day
National Voter Registration Day

You have a date with the polls coming up. But first, you have to register to vote. We made it easy for you to check your registration status.

October 24 - Vote Early Day
Vote Early Day

You're gonna do it anyway, so why not vote early with theSkimm? Details here.

November 3 - Election Day
Election Day

This is it, guys. Time to cast your vote for president. And don't forget there are also congressional and local races going on around the country.

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