To encourage voter participation in the upcoming U.S. election, we’ve designed a special-edition MICHAEL Michael Kors T-shirt and Michael Kors Collection sweater that make a bold case for democracy. All profits from the sale of the T-shirt and sweater will support the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF), America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice.

Michael partnered with a Black-owned business to produce the “Your Voice Matters” T-shirts. Folake Kuye Huntoon is an African-American fashion designer and owner of Folake Kuye Style Pantry (FKSP). Folake produces all of her pieces at the FKSP factory in the heart of the Los Angles fashion district, so she was an obvious partner to help bring this project to life. “I’m thrilled to support talented Black female creators and entrepreneurs. It gives me great hope for the future,” says Michael Kors.

We hope you’ll wear our T-shirt or sweater to the polls this year. Read on for what you can do—starting today—to prepare for November 3rd.


You must be registered in order to vote. Most states allow you to register ONLINE, so you’re just a few clicks away from making your voice heard!


This handy MAP lets you click on your state to see registration deadlines, upcoming election dates, information about absentee voting and more useful information.


The U.S. presidential election may draw the most attention, but it’s your local elected officials who often effect the most visible change. Enter your address HERE for a guide to the candidates—from sheriffs to senators—you’ll find on your ballot.


Plan how you will vote in the 2020 election. Most states offer the following options:

• Mail-in voting: find your state’s rules and deadlines HERE, and request yours today!

• Early voting: see if your STATE offers early voting, and vote on a day that fits your schedule.

• Election day: mark your calendar for November 3rd and find your POLLING PLACE.