Our votes are our voices, and democracy works best when we all participate. Here's a few easy steps you can take now to make sure you're ready on Election Day.
1) Find your polling place
Enter your address below to see where your polling place is, and more information you'll need on Election Day.
2) Know how to get help
If you need help voting, or see problems at the polls, call one of our free, nonpartisan hotlines to get the assistance you need:
- 866-OUR-VOTE - English
- 888-VE-Y-VOTA - Spanish
- 1-844-418-1682 - Arabic
- 888-API-VOTE - Asian/Pacific Islander languages
3) Bring a friend or family member
Before you go to the polls, ask your eligible friends and family members who live in the same precinct to go with you -- the more the merrier!
4) Check your state laws
Use this site to see if you need ID, photo or otherwise, to vote -- and be sure to bring it if you do.
5) Understand your rights
Don't forget, if your name doesn’t show up on the registration list in their precinct, but you think you're registered, ask to cast a provisional ballot. And once you're in line to vote, don't leave even if the polling place closes -- anyone still in line when it closes is entitled to cast a vote
Our goal is to make sure as many Americans as possible can cast their vote and be heard. Please take a moment to share this page: