If you aren’t registered to vote:
Twenty-one states allow Election Day registration. Go to your polling place in person with proof of address and an ID.
These states are CA, CO, CT, DC, HI, ID, IL, IA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MT, NV, NH, NM, NC, UT, VT, WA, WI, and WY.
Call your local Election Board or visit vote.org for more details.
The 2020 elections will decide the future of local, state and national leadership. In the last 20 years, more than 12 races ended in a tie or were won by one vote. Your vote gives you a say in that future and can make the difference in the election.
Your vote does matter. Local elections choose people for jobs like district attorney that affect communities directly. Voting in this election gives you the chance to take your community in the direction you want.
On Election Day, vote in person, or drop your ballot off at an official location. DO NOT MAIL YOUR BALLOT TODAY. Go to vote.org to find your ballot drop-off locations.
A voting plan will help you get to the polls confident that your vote will be counted. Print this one out, fill in your details, and bring it with you to the polls. It has important numbers you can call if you have questions.
I have a mail ballot that I haven’t returned yet:
Visit vote.org or your state’s election page to find out where you can return it in person today. In most states it is TOO LATE to return it by mail. In many states you can vote in person today instead or drop it in a Ballot Dropbox. Please use vote.org or your local election office for the specific rules in your state.