Our country needs young voters now more than ever – because voting is the most important way we can hold our leaders accountable.

To create real change, we need millions of young people to engage in our democracy, understand the issues, and head to the ballot box.

That’s why the students of March For Our Lives are calling on mayors to support a national, bipartisan youth voter registration initiative.

Mayors will pledge to make sure that all the students in their city are being informed as to what is happening on a local level. The mayors will also collaborate with other mayors, and empower their communities to have their youth voices be heard during elections through get out the vote campaigns.

In conjunction with The U.S. Conference of Mayors, African American Mayors Association, and cities across the country, this coalition will work with local leadership to ensure the right to vote and be heard is available to all students in all communities.

Take the Pledge

We believe that leaders should make it easier for our country’s youth to register, vote, and participate in our democracy.

If you are a mayor or a member of staff, please fill out the form below.

*As part of this coalition, you pledge to dedicate resources to supporting a day of voter registration in every high school and college in your city, and have your name used by March For Our Lives

Participating Mayors and Cities

List will be regularly updated with new pledges


Randall Woodfin, Birmingham


Sharon Wolcott, Surprise
Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson


Mark Stodola, Little Rock
Lioneld Jordan, Fayetteville


Alan Nagy, Newark
Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles
Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento
John Duran, West Hollywood
David Terrazas, Santa Cruz
Pauline Russo Cutter, San Leandro
Peggy McQuaid, Albany
Albert Robles, Carson
Robert Garcia, Long Beach
Mary Casillas Salas, Chula Vista
Michael Tubbs, Stockton
John Marchand, Livermore
John Bauters, Emeryville
Kevin Faulconer, San Diego
Jesse Arreguin, Berkeley
Madolyn Agrimonti, Sonoma
Aja Brown, Compton
Bill Brand, Redondo Beach
Sally Flowers, Artesia
Ian Bain, Redwood City
Thomas Aujero Small, Culver City
Libby Schaaf, Oakland
Miguel Pulido, Santa Ana
Denise Delmar, Sierra Madre
Steve Miklos, Folsom
Trish Herrera Spencer, Alameda
Fred Shaw, Carpinteria
Barbara Halliday, Hayward
John Fasana, Duarte
Lowell Hurst, Watsonville
Carol Dutra-Vernaci, Union City
Sam Hindi, Foster City
Emily Gabel-Luddy, Burbank
Sam Liccardo, San Jose
Lenny Siegel, Mountain View
Jeff Lee, Grover Beach


Michael Hancock, Denver
Heidi Williams, Thornton
Tera Radloff, Castle Pines
Marjorie Sloan, Golden


Joe Ganim, Bridgeport
Toni Harp, New Haven
Christopher Palmieri, Southington
Shari G. Cantor, West Hartford
Pete Hess, Naugatuck
Luke Bronin, Hartford
Daniel Drew, Middletown
Curt Balzano Leng, Hamden


Muriel Bowser


Christine Hunschofsky, Parkland
Frank Ortis, Pembroke Pines
Rick Kriseman, St. Petersburg
Smith Joseph, North Miami
Oliver Gilbert III, Miami Gardens
Todd Wodraska, Jupiter
Skip Campbell, Coral Springs
Pam Triolo, Lake Worth
Teresa Jacobs, Orange County
Mike Ryan, Sunrise
Greg Ross, Cooper City
Buddy Dyer, Orlando
Melissa Holland, Palm Coast
Lamar Fisher, Pompano Beach
Judy Paul, Davie
Deb Tarrant, Hillsboro Beach
Glenn Troast, Lighthouse Point
Eric Jones, West Park
Daniel J. Stermer, Weston
Diane Bendekovic, Plantation
Joshua Rydell, Coconut Creek
Bob Buckhorn, Tampa
Shelly Petrolia, Delray Beach
Dean Trantalis, Fort Lauderdale
William Mutz, Lakeland
Billy Bain, Miami Springs
Joel Flores, Greenacres
Johnny Miller, Fernandina Beach
Bill Barnett, Naples


Keisha Bottoms, Atlanta
Deana Holiday Ingraham, East Point
Ted Terry, Clarkston


Joel Greer, Marshalltown
Jamie Hampton, Mt. Vernon


Rahm Emanuel, Chicago
Barrett F. Pederson, Franklin Park
Jacob Vandenberg, Tinley Park


Karen Freeman Wilson, Gary
John Dennis, West Lafayette


Jeremy Johnson, Pittsburg


Sharon Weston Broome, Baton Rouge
LaToya Cantrell, New Orleans


Ethan Strimling, Portland


Patrick Wojahn, College Park
Catherine Pugh, Baltimore
Candace Hollingsworth, Hyattsville


David Narkewicz, Northampton
Alex B. Morse, Holyoke
Nicole LaChapelle, Easthampton
Joe Curtatone, Somerville
Kim Driscoll, Salem


Deirdre Waterman, Pontiac
Christopher Taylor, Ann Arbor
Jim Carruthers, Traverse City
Michael Fournier, Royal Oak
Mike Duggan, Detroit
Rosalyn Bliss, Grand Rapids


Melvin Carter, St. Paul
Jacob Frey, Minneapolis
Ben Schierer, Fergus Falls


Quordiniah Lockley, McComb


Sly James, Kansas City
Lyda Krewson, St. Louis


Hillary Schieve, Reno


Jim Donchess, Nashua


Adrian Mapp, Plainfield
Ras Baraka, Newark
David Mayer, Gloucester
Mark Forstenhausler, Randolph
Shelly Brindle, Westfield
Sheena Collum, South Orange
Steven Fulop, Jersey City
Brian Wahler, Piscataway
Robert Parisi, West Orange
Lorraine M. Hatcher, Riverside
Paul Anzano, Hopewell
Liz Lempert, Princeton
Thomas Calabrese, Cliffside Park
Victor De Luca, Maplewood
Thomas Kelaher, Toms River
Robert Conley, Madison
Michael Venezia, Bloomfield
Michael Soriano, Parsippany


Tim Keller, Albuquerque
Ken Miyagishima, Las Cruces


Kathy Sheehan, Albany
Bill de Blasio, New York City
Byron Brown, Buffalo
Fritz May, Fairport
Lovely Warren, Rochester
Andre Rainey, Peekskill
Svante Myrick, Ithaca
Noam Bramson, New Rochelle
Ben Walsh, Syracuse
Steve Noble, Kingston


Lydia Lavelle, Carrboro
Steve Schewel, Durham
Rennie Brantz, Boone
Mitch Colvin, Fayetteville
Nancy Vaughan, Greensboro
Pam Hemminger, Chapel Hill
Tom Stevens, Hillsborough


David Berger, Lima
Jamael Tito Brown, Youngstown
Nan Whaley, Dayton
Wade Kapszukiewicz, Toledo
Michael Summers, Lakewood


Shane Bemis, Gresham
Ted Wheeler, Portland


Jim Kenney, Philadelphia
John Fetterman, Braddock
Dianne Herrin, West Chester
William Peduto, Pittsburgh
Tim Kearney, Swarthmore
Jenna Antoniewicz, Royersford
Jeanne Sorg, Ambler
Joe Schember, Erie
Marita Garrett, Wilkinsburg
Matthew Shorraw, Monessen
Matthew V. Rudzki, Sharpsburg
Emily Marburger, Bellevue
Eric Papenfuse, Harrisburg
Ray O’Connell, Allentown
Aidsand Wright-Riggins, Collegeville
Don Hahn, State College
Josh Maxwell, Downingtown


Jorge O. Elorza, Providence


Stephen Benjamin, Columbia
William Johnson, Holly Hill


Kim McMillan, Clarksville
Jim Strickland, Memphis


Curtistene S. McCowan, DeSoto
Sylvester Turner, Houston
Dr. Karl Mooney, College Station
Tammy Dana-Bashian, Rowlett
Joe McComb, Corpus Christi
Jeff Cheney, Frisco
Ron Nirenberg, San Antonio
Steve Adler, Austin
John Thomaides, San Marcos


Jackie Biskupski, Salt Lake City
Bob Stevenson, Layton


Anne Watson, Montpelier


Levar Stoney, Richmond
Allison Silberberg, Alexandria
Leslie Hager-Smith, Blacksburg


Victoria Woodards, Tacoma
Jennifer Gregerson, Mukilteo
Farhad Ghatan, Friday Harbor
David Condon, Spokane
Jenny Durkan, Seattle
Jim Ferrell, Federal Way


Paul R. Soglin, Madison
Zachary Vruwink, Wisconsin Rapids
Paul Esser, Sun Prairie
Tom Barrett, Milwaukee
Dave Glasgow, Menomonee Falls


Marian Orr, Cheyenne

Ask Your Mayor To Sign the Pledge

Step 1: Enter your city here to look up your mayor’s office email address.
Note: This lookup tool will only surface mayors in cities of 30,000 people or more. For smaller cities, we suggest going to the city or town website.

Step 2: Send them an email asking them to sign the pledge. You can use the sample text below!

Email Your Mayor

Dear [[YOUR MAYOR]],

My name is [[YOUR NAME]], and I’m a resident of [[CITY]]. I’m reaching out to ask you to sign the Mayors For Our Lives pledge.

Our country needs young people now more than ever. It’s up to leaders like you to make it easier for our country’s youth to register, vote, and participate in our democracy on all levels. So, I’m calling on you to commit resources to make that vision a reality in our community.

Learn more and sign the Mayors For Our Lives pledge here:


Thank you for your time,



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