How to Vote in the Presidential Election


The 2020 presidential election is on November 3 — are you ready to cast your vote? Check out below for more resources on where, when and how to vote. After all, your voice — and your vote — matter, so make sure it’s heard.


Check your registration

Are you registered to vote? State deadlines are approaching and some have already passed, so check your voter registration status now on the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) website or with these third-party organizations:


How do I register to vote?

Not registered? Register to vote with the links below:


Rock the Vote

Convicted of a felony? Check to see if you are eligible to restore your right to vote.


Get an absentee or mail-in ballot 

Due to COVID-19, many states have expanded access to an absentee ballot or voting by mail. Check your state’s absentee ballot positioning and application deadline below (many state’s have even already started sending them out!).

Per the Postal Service’s advice, mail in your ballot at least a week in advance (by October 27th), but the earlier the better. Once you receive your ballot, you can cast your vote ASAP! Be sure to read and follow the directions carefully.


U.S. Vote Foundation

Federal Voting Assistance Program (for overseas citizens)

Track your absentee or mail-in ballot

Follow your ballot from start to finish with ballot tracking! Check to see if your state offers it with the links below, and follow your vote until it is counted.

Was your ballot rejected?

Not to worry — you may still have an opportunity to get your vote counted. Contact your state or local election office to start the process. 

Find your polling place

If voting in person on November 3rd, find your polling place and hours of operation with the links below:



What do you need to vote?

Be sure to bring a valid form of identification to the polls on election day, November 3rd. Check your state’s requirements on the NASS website or with these organizations:



Want to learn more or get involved?

Find your state’s election office website on the website to learn more about voting in your state. To get involved, become a poll worker or check out these organizations:

Let America Vote

Common Cause

Rock the Vote


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