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Find out how to find your polling place, and why it's important to cast your vote there. Learn if your state requires you to bring identification with you to the polls, and what type of ID your state will accept. Learn about accessibility rules for voters with disabilities.
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Can I Vote Online?
No, in federal elections in the United States you can't vote online.
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
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.
Cast Your Vote at Your Assigned Polling Place or Polling Station Can You Change Your Polling Location? Voter ID Requirements Find Out if You Need To Bring an ID to Vote Photo ID versus Non-Photo ID Procedures for Voting Without ID Name or Address Mismatch Who You Can Vote for on Election Day
Voter guides and sample ballots will show who the candidates are and any state or local measures up for a vote. Reviewing them before Election Day can help you decide who to vote for.
Bringing Notes and Voter’s Guides to Your Polling Place
Last Updated: October 4, 2021
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