Here you can:
- Check if you are registered to vote.
- Check where you are registered to vote.
- Check your political party preference.
- Check your language preference for election materials.
- Check the status of your vote-by-mail or provisional ballot.
- Find your polling place.
How do you know where you’re registered to vote?
All you need to do is head to Vote.org (which says the process only takes 30 seconds) and click the box that says “check registration status.” From there you’ll be prompted to fill in some simple information like your name, address, phone number, and date of birth.22 Sep 2018
Is it public record if you voted?
Whom Americans vote for is private. But other information in their state voter files is public information; depending on the state, it can include details like their name, address, phone number and party affiliation and when they voted.4 Nov 2018
How do I check my voting status?
You can verify your voter registration status online or by phone in most states. You can also check your polling place. To check your status or find your polling place online, just select your state below and follow the directions.
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