Am I registered to vote? How do I register? Where is my polling place? What kind of ID should I bring with me on Election Day?
If you are unsure as to your voter registration status, please visit CanIVote.org, a website maintained by the National Association of Secretaries of State. The website offers helpful links to direct you to the answers to these common questions and information about the candidates in your area, early and absentee voting, and becoming a poll worker. Another helpful guide to registering to vote in your specific state is Turbo Vote. In addition to providing state-specific voting information, it answers a number of frequently asked questions regarding voter registration and will send you reminders before every election.
Is it too late to register? When is my polling place open on Election Day? What are my options for early or absentee voting?
Once again, the National Association of Secretaries of State’s CanIVote.org page is the best resource to learn the deadlines and requirements for voter registration and early and absentee voting in your state.
How can I vote if I am oversees or a member of the Military?
To learn more about voting by military and overseas citizens, visit the Overseas Vote Foundation.