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It's Election Day

Here are some resources from National Voter Registration Day and the Civic Engagement Office to help ensure all the newly-registered voters are indeed #VoteReady!

  • Find Your Polling Place — Find out where you can cast your ballot with polling place locators from Premier Partners Rock the VoteVote.Org and TurboVote. You could also find state-specific tools at your local election offices.
  • Candidate Guides — There are literally hundreds of elected officials looking for votes on Tuesday. If you need help sorting through what they all stand for, check out Ballot Ready and Vote411.
  • Election Day Hotlines – 866-OUR-VOTE isn’t just a handy phone number, it’s a robust resource for every citizen’s voting needs in case of problems at the polls. It’s available in Spanish at 866-VE-Y-VOTA. There’s a similar hotline at 888-API-VOTE with operators fluent in several Asian languages. The Arab American Institute has a number for Arabic speakers, too at 844-YALLA-US.
  • Voter ID Services -- If you need help to find out if you have the right kind of ID to vote, visit VoteRiders to make sure your voice can be heard at the ballot box.