Find out where to vote!
To find your polling place and its hours, contact your state or territorial election office. And let them know if you need an accommodation for a disability.
Or, check on Can I Vote.
Cast your vote at your assigned voting location!
Your polling place is based on your residential address. Go to the one you’ve been assigned. Your name will not be on the roster at any other location. Polling places are typically schools, community centers, and other public facilities. The site of your polling place may change from one election to the next, so check with your state’s election office before Election Day.
Voter guides provide background information on the candidates and ballot measures. They list who you can vote for and offer details on each candidate's experience and goals. They also explain ballot measures, which are specific questions or issues that you can approve or reject.
Find online voter guides by home address nationwide. You can save your choices online and print or email your personalized ballot to bring with you to the polls.
Regional newspapers often produce voter guides, as do issue-specific organizations.
Know your rights!
• If you’re in line when polls are supposed to close, stay in line – you have the right to vote. • If you make a mistake on your ballot, ask for a new one. • If the machines are down at your polling place, ask for a paper ballot. • If your citizenship, criminal record, or other qualifications are questioned, immediately call the Election Protection Hotline where trained volunteers are available to help. • If you run into any problems or have questions before or on Election Day, call the Election Protection Hotline:
English: 866-OUR-VOTE / 866-687-8683 Spanish: 888-VE-Y-VOTA / 888-839-8682 Arabic: 844-YALLA-US / 844-925-5287
For Bengali, Cantonese, Hindi, Urdu, Korean, Mandarin, Tagalog, or Vietnamese: 888-API-VOTE/ 888-274-8683
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