You have the right to vote

Make sure you take advantage of it on polling day.

Making sure that you’re registered to vote is the first key step in ensuring that your voice is heard. If you need to register to vote and aren’t sure where to start or want to opt for an absentee postal ballot this year, find out all there is to know about the processes involved to make sure you’re ready for any election at anytime.

Note Sure if You're Registered?

If you’re not sure if you’re registered, always double-check whether or not you are so that you don’t miss your chance to vote in the upcoming elections. You can quickly find out if you’re registered, and if you’re not, we can guide you through the process so that you’re ready to vote on election day.

Register to Vote

If you’re not sure if you’re registered, always double-check whether or not you are so that you don’t miss your chance to vote in the upcoming elections. You can quickly find out if you’re registered, and if you’re not, we can guide you through the process so that you’re ready to vote on election day.

Vote by Mail

Not sure if you can make it to the polling station this year? Request an absentee ballot and make sure that your vote is still counted when polling day arrives.

Never Miss a Vote

Want to always be on top of the up and coming votes to make sure your vote always counts? Let us send you election reminders so that you never miss an opportunity to vote in a future election.

Not Yet 18?

Pledge to register and we’ll send you a helpful reminder when you turn 18 so that you are ready to vote next time.

Find Your Local Polling Place

Wherever you are in the country, find the polling places that are closest to your home or easiest to reach within your area with each state’s list of polling locations.

The 2020 Consensus

You count, and so does your vote. Make sure that you get your 2020 consensus form filled out before the deadline.

You are entitled to the basic right to vote. If anyone tries to prevent you from voting, call the Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-687-8683.