Sister Gretchen sent this election prayer by Rabbi David Seidenberg my way, and it seemed appropriate:
With my vote today, I am prepared and intending to seek peace for this country, as it is written (Jer. 29:7): ‘Seek out the peace of the city where I cause you to roam and pray for her sake to Yah Adonai, for in her peace you all will have peace.’ May it be Your will that votes will be counted faithfully, and may You account my vote as if I had fulfilled this verse with all my power. May it be good in Your eyes to give a wise heart to whomever we elect today and may You raise for us a government whose rule is for good and blessing, to bring justice and peace to all the inhabitants of the world and to Jerusalem for rulership is Yours.
Just as I participated in elections today, so may I merit to do good works and to repair the world with all my actions, and with the act of…[fill in your pledge]…which I pledge to do today on behalf of all living beings and in remembrance of the covenant of Noah’s waters to protect and to not destroy the earth and her plenitude. May You give to all the peoples of this country the strength and the will to pursue righteousness and to seek peace as a unified force in order to cause to flourish, throughout the world, good life and peace, and may You fulfill for us the verse (Ps. 90:17): “May the pleasure of Yah Adonai our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands for us; may the work of our hands endure.”
As Rabbi Seidenberg says, If you can’t pray in a voting booth, where can you pray? And where would you need more to pray?