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Frequently Asked Questions
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Some states and municipalities will have elections on November 5, 2019.
The 2020 presidential elections will occur on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Primary elections dates vary by state, but the first is in February. For information on your state, click here.
Every state has different registration deadlines for every election. Some states have deadlines as early as a month before the actual election day, while others allow voters to register the day-of. Many states also have different deadlines for online, mail, and in-person registrations, and some states don’t offer online registration at all.
Click here for voter registration deadlines and details in your state.
If any information provided when you initially registered needs to be changed, you’ll need to re-register. Click here to re-register and update your registration.
To find your polling location, go to Vote.org and follow the link to your state.
Make sure to double-check your polling place before you go vote, as locations can change last minute.
Different states have different ID requirements for voting. Some states require that you bring government-issued identification while others do not. To find the voter ID laws in your state, click here.
If you printed your registration from Voto Latino, but haven’t sent it yet, there’s still time to edit your form. Simply re-register here with the correct information and reprint your registration form, then sign and mail it if your state requires.
If you didn’t receive your voter registration card, or you need to find out how to edit your voter registration information, contact your Secretary of State. Find your state’s contact information here.
Many counties and jurisdictions provide bi- or multi-lingual voting materials. Being able to speak, read, or write in English is not required in order to vote.
If someone you know needs help voting, they may bring you or another person of their choice (except for an employer or union representative) into the voting booth to help interpret the ballot.
To report issues at the polls, call 888-VE-Y-VOTA • 888-839-8682.
Remember that if you are still in line when the poll closes, you still have the right to vote and cannot be turned away.
Many questions are best answered by your state’s Secretary of State. Click here to find out how to contact your Secretary of State’s office.
If you still can’t find information, contact email@example.com
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