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 Polling Place Locator - Vote.org / https://www.vote.org › polling-place-locator Polling Place Locator - Vote.org / https://www.vote.org › polling-place-locator
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Learn about accessibility rules for voters with disabilities. On This Page Can I Vote Online? Find Your Polling Place Voter ID Requirements Election Dates Can I Vote Online? No, you can’t vote online in U.S. elections.In most elections in the United States, you either need to vote in-person at an official polling place or by casting an absentee ballot.Find your polling place or request an absentee ballot. Find Your Polling Place Your polling place is where you go to vote on Election Day. Find out where yours is located, its hours, and if you can change your polling place.Find Out Where to VoteTo 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.These online tools can also help you find your polling location, hours, and other details:Get to the PollsCan I Vote?Cast Your Vote at Your Assigned Polling Place or Polling Station  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.Can I Change My Polling Location? You’re expected to vote at the polling place you’ve been assigned. If you move, update your address on your voter registration so you can be assigned a new polling place near your new home. If you try to vote somewhere other than your assigned location, you may have to cast a provisional ballot and your vote may not be counted.If you have a disability, you have the right to vote at an accessible polling place. But, you may have to request it beforehand. Voter ID Requirements Two-thirds of states expect you to provide identification to let you vote at the polls.Find Out if You Need to Bring an ID to VoteYour state’s laws determine whether you will need to show an ID and if so, what kind.Photo ID versus Non-Photo IDAbout half of the states with voter ID laws accept only photo IDs. These includedriver’s licensesstate-issued ID cards military ID cards passports Many of these states now offer a free voter photo ID card if you don’t have another form of valid photo ID.Other states accept some types of non-photo ID. These may includebirth certificates Social Security cards bank statements utility bills Each state is specific about the documents it will accept as proof of identification. Be sure you know your state’s voter ID requirements before Election Day.Procedures for Voting Without IDEven if you don’t have a form of ID that your state asks for, you may be able to vote. Some states require you take extra measures after you vote to make sure that your vote counts.Some states may ask you to sign a form affirming your identity. Other states will let you cast a provisional ballot. States use provisional ballots when there is a question about a voter's eligibility. States keep provisional ballots separate until they decide whether they should count. To do so, they will investigate a voter’s eligibility. They may also compel you to show an acceptable form of ID within a few days. If you don’t, your provisional ballot won’t count.Name or Address MismatchEven with the right ID, you may have to cast a provisional ballot. This can happen if the name or address on your ID doesn’t match the name or address on your voter registration. For instance:You get married, change your last name, and update your voter registration. But your driver’s license, which you present as ID, still has your unmarried name on it.You move and for your voter ID, you present a current utility bill. Unfortunately, you've forgotten to update your address on your voter registration beforehand.Some states require that you notify your local registration office of any name change.Avoid problems. Always update your voter registration when you move or change your name.First Time VotersFirst time voters who didn’t register in person or show ID before must show identification. This is according to federal law. Election Dates The next federal election will be Tuesday, November 3, 2020. It will include voting for president and vice-president, 1/3 of the Senate, and all of the House of Representatives. State and local races will also be on the ballot in many areas.Federal elections take place every two years, on even-numbered years. State and local elections can occur at other times throughout the year. This includes primary and special elections. Check with your state or local election office or the U.S. Vote Foundation for elections coming up in your area and to see if you can vote early or by absentee ballot. Share This Page: Do you need help? Ask us any question about the U.S. government for free. We'll get you the answer or tell you where to find it. Call USA.gov Chat with USA.gov Last Updated: November 21, 2019 Top About USA.gov About Us and Site Notices For the Media For Developers Report a Website Issue All Topics and Services Ask USA.gov a Question Call 1-844-USAGOV1 (1-844-872-4681) En Español Sign up Your email address Sign up USAGov is the Official Guide to Government Information and Services  



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