Election Day is just around the corner! Voting is your chance to take control over what happens to your family and community. As citizens, it is our duty to weigh in on the issues that affect our country and the people who lead it. You can take part in Making Democracy Work® by thinking about your Election Day game plan!
Where will you be on Election Day? If you’ll be away from your polling place due to travel, work, school or other reasons, you’ll need to take advantage of early voting – if offered in your state – or cast an absentee ballot. Early voting has begun in many states, so now is the time to learn about early voting options in your state or request an absentee ballot if you or your loved ones won’t be able to vote in person on Election Day. Visit VOTE411.org to learn about your state’s early voting options or absentee voting rules.
Can you still register to vote? Voter registration deadlines are happening in many states. Check right now to see if you still have time to get registered. A number of states allow in-person voter registration at local government offices, or the option to register to vote on Election Day and/or when you vote early. Find the voter registration information for your state.
Regardless of where you live, VOTE411.org has the information that you need to make your vote count this Election Day. Simply enter your address at VOTE411.org to find everything you need to vote, including information on voter registration options currently available to you, your early and absentee voting options, a personalized sample ballot as well as candidate debates and forums in your area, polling place locations and hours, and what you can expect when you show up at the polls!
This Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, millions of voters will make decisions that impact the issues that affect their families and communities. From education and health care to security and the environment, these elections will impact our lives. By voting, we take control and weigh in on that issues that matter most to us! Don’t miss out – visit VOTE411.org today to learn about voting in your state and to make your Election Day game plan.