Voting is an important and hard-won right in our democracy.

Who you vote for is your business.
But we’re making it our business to provide resources you may need to be prepared and feel confident voting.

Because the better man exercises his right to vote.

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Registration Deadlines and Election Dates

Find your state's voter registration deadlines and election dates for Federal elections, state primaries and presidential primaries and caucuses.

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Register to Vote

Register to vote online with Vote.org. Fast, free, secure and nonpartisan. It takes less than 2 minutes.

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Find Your Polling Location

Wondering where you vote on Election Day? Use this polling place locator to find out.

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See What’s on Your Ballot

Learn where candidates running for office in your community stand on the issues.

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Voting & Covid-19

Vote.org is gathering COVID-19 election updates and trying to distill this information for voters.

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Absentee Ballot Rules

Are you eligible to vote by absentee ballot in your state? Find out now.

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Change Your Voter Address

If you’ve moved, changed your name, or want to update your political party affiliation, you need to update your voter registration. If your state has online voter registration, you can make changes online.

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Check if You Need an ID to Vote

Make sure you have what you need in order to vote.

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Common Voting Terms

This is a glossary with definitions of common voting and elections terms.

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Get Election Reminders

Sign up for email and text election reminders from Vote.org. Never miss an election again.

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How Does the Election Process Work?

Learn about the presidential election process, including the Electoral College, caucuses and primaries, and the national conventions.