Know Your Voting Rights: State-by-State Voter Information

Some things go better if you get prepared. People should get ready to vote now to make their voices heard in this important election year. There are a few ways voters can get their votes in easily, get their votes counted, and make sure their

Some things go better if you get prepared. People should get ready to vote now to make their voices heard in this important election year. There are a few ways voters can get their votes in easily, get their votes counted, and make sure their voices are heard.

Every vote counts. Your right to vote is one of the most basic rights you have as an American. Many states’ rules have changed so make sure you know what you need to vote in your state this year.

K N O W Y O U R V O T I N G R I G H T S
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

Vote411: Plug in your address and find out where your polling station is and information about your registration.

An interactive map with hundreds of links to state-by-state election websites, including voter guides, provisional voting information and polling place hours and locations.

• 1-800-311-8683 Voter Help Line set up by the Democratic Party
• 1-866-MYVOTE1 (866-698-6831)
• 1-866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
• 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)

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About Diane Sweet

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Senior Editor, Lives in a gerrymandered district in Michigan.

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