YOUR VOTER
CHECKLIST

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Are you ready to vote? The 2020 election is like no other and we’re not leaving anything to chance. Use our checklist to make sure you have everything you need to cast your vote safely and securely.

1. Verify your registration

Even if you’ve registered in the past, it’s worth verifying that your registration is still up to date and on file with your state.

Registration deadlines have passed in some states for the 2020 election, while in some states you can still register online or in-person. If you missed the deadline for this year, register now so you can vote in the next election. And you can still make your voice heard this year by reminding everyone you know to vote and sharing this voter checklist with them! Enter your information here to find out if you are registered and what your state’s deadlines are.

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Your registration status can change

Even if you’ve registered in the past, it’s worth verifying that your registration is still up to date and on file with your state.

Registration deadlines have passed in some states for the 2020 election, while in some states you can still register online or in-person. If you missed the deadline for this year, register now so you can vote in the next election. And you can still make your voice heard this year by reminding everyone you know to vote and sharing this voter checklist with them! Enter your information here to find out if you are registered and what your state’s deadlines are.

If you believe this information is incorrect, you can also confirm your registration status at your local election office website and/or report the error to the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE.

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Your Voter Registration is Active

Our records show you are registered to vote at this address:

Your registration status can change

Even if you’ve registered in the past, it’s worth verifying that your registration is still up to date and on file with your state.

Registration deadlines have passed in some states for the 2020 election, while in some states you can still register online or in-person. If you missed the deadline for this year, register now so you can vote in the next election. And you can still make your voice heard this year by reminding everyone you know to vote and sharing this voter checklist with them! Enter your information here to find out if you are registered and what your state’s deadlines are.

If you believe this information is incorrect, you can also confirm your registration status at your local election office website and/or report the error to the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE.

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You’re NOT a registered voter

Our records show you are not registered to vote at the address provided. If you would like to enter a different address go back to try again.

Why not found?

We’re not seeing a match for that address.

  • This could be due to a typo, so if you believe this is in error, try your address again. Make sure you’ve entered your full first and last name.
  • Your voter registration can also change to inactive if there are mailing issues with the residence on file. Some states will remove voter registrations if there is a failure to confirm address.

If you believe this information is incorrect, you can also confirm your registration status at your local election office website and/or report the error to the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE.

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2. Make a plan to vote

Enter your address to see all of your relevant deadlines as well as your nearest polling location or ballot dropbox.

Please note that in many states, it can take 2-3 weeks to receive your ballot after requesting it, and 2 weeks to reach your state election office after you mail it, so plan accordingly and avoid waiting until the official deadline.

If possible, make a plan to vote early in person, and if returning a mail ballot with less than two weeks before Election Day, return it to a dropbox or in-person location.

3. Find out what will be on your ballot

You’re voting for the next president – and a lot more. Know what’s on your ballot so you can vote quickly and safely.

BallotReady can walk you through every candidate and referendum so you’re prepared to make the best decisions and to vote your entire ballot.

Start by providing your address:

Be an informed voter