Every state has different laws and procedures. Below is information you are not told. Ninety percent of this information will apply to most every state. The other ten percent you must look at your state or County website.
We recommend VOTE.ORG for the following:
Incorrect addresses are the number one reason voters are purged from the rolls or determined to be ineligible to vote on election day.
Absentee Ballots and Vote By Mail Ballots are the same exact thing.
Simple mistakes can cause your ballot to not count
Make sure to vote for the down ballot races.
There are several technicalities in which your ballot can be disqualified
Mailing Your Ballot
Your Ballot Must Be Received On Time Based On Your States’ Laws
If you want to vote by mail but do not trust the post office, many counties will have “Drop Boxes”.
These are official boxes you can drop your ballot without postage. You must drop the ballot off yourself.
Make Sure Your Vote Is Counted
We highly recommend if you plan on voting in person, do it early if your state has early voting. The lines are shorter and if you forget your ID or there is an issue with your registration then there is time to have it fixed and come back another day.
There is no such thing as “ballot police”, “ballot security”, etc. The following information, courtesy of the ACLU, states exactly what those looking to suppress your vote cannot do.
What to do if you are being threatened or intimidated
Here are reasons they can challenge your right to vote
Once You Have Been Challenged
If you are signing up as a poll worker, we will be having additional trainings to help augment your state and/or County training. Sign up and we will email you when they are scheduled.
If you have questions or are running into trouble registering to vote or finding needed information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org We will get back to you as quickly as possible.