Together, we will weather this time,
and we will be stronger than we could have ever thought possible
as a result of this experience.
A Letter of Care
This year marks a major milestone in the history of our country – the centennial anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote. Today, we continue to work toward equality as many Americans face disparities within their communities.
One powerful tool we have in making a difference is to vote. Voting is one of the greatest privileges we have as Americans. Our forefathers fought to protect our right to vote, and men and women are still fighting to protect that freedom.
Highgate encourages all U.S. voters to vote, and for those who are not currently registered to do so to be ready for Election Day on Tuesday, November 3rd. For information about voter registration, where to vote, how to vote in advance, outline alternatives to in-person voting, provide important deadlines and general voting questions, please visit:
Please work with your managers as needed to schedule time to vote.
While the Presidential race is extremely important, we also urge you to learn about your local candidates and the issues that are important in your own cities and states.
Your vote counts and your voice matters.
With deep admiration,
Be well. Stay well.