Citizens, below are links to resources ExpressYourselfBlog compiled and created in 2015 that will guide you throughout the voting process for all elections. The list is updated routinely and is derived from a diverse array of vetted resources. Our goal at Expressyourselfblog.com is not to recreate the wheel, rather utilize data from established sources. The use of resource links does not denote affiliation, endorsement, or sponsorship of site or overall site content. For overall voting information, your local ‘Board of Elections’ is the best resource. The resource links provided offers information for all states for your convenience.
Every State Offers Mail-in Absentee Voting
Each state has mail-in voting, but some allow you to take part only in certain circumstances.
- Some states require an excuse for voting by mail. Due to the coronavirus, some states are giving all voters an excuse to vote by mail for certain elections.
- Because of the coronavirus, your state may automatically send you an absentee ballot or a form to fill out to request one.
Voter Resource Roadmap Links:
Register To Vote Or Confirm Registration–Easy online partner registration secured and powered by USA.gov Note: Not all states participate in the online registration form.
Vote by Mail/Absentee Voting–Complete ‘State Absentee Ballot Request Form‘ online here secured and powered by USA.gov
Voter Deadlines By State–Registration and Absentee/Early Voting.
Voter Polling Place Look-up By State-Locate your state’s ‘Board of Elections’ office and contact information to learn where to vote and Early Voting opportunities in your neck of the woods.
Voter ID Requirements By State-ID requirements vary by state, based on legislation. Confirm your state laws.
Qualifications & Status Verification-Locate your state’s ‘Board of Elections’ contact information to confirm the following online: Voter Registration Qualifications, Voter Registration verification, and Absentee Ballot status.
State Felon Voting Laws–Verify voting status.
Upcoming Elections By State– An opportunity to vote in all elections that will include Presidential, Congressional, Gubernatorial, State Judicial/Legislative, etc. Note: Chose Primary or National ‘Stage’ for accurate voting opportunities by state and timeline.
How Does Your Candidates Compare To Your Views-Up to date information on Political candidates?
General Election vs. Primary vs. Caucus -Know the difference between General and Primary vs. Caucus elections, and the importance of each.
Job Description of Elected Officials –Know the job duties of the office you are voting on and how it aligns with your household priorities
ExpressYourselfBlog’s Voter Registration Challenge Get involved, take Expressyourselfblog.com’s ongoing ‘Voter Registration Challenge’. Encourage two friends, family members, or fellow citizens to ‘Register to Vote’ then vote all elections. Post your civic deeds on our social media sites with any of the following ‘Hashtags’ #VoterRegistrationChallenge #Register2ToVote #VoteAllElections #NowGetInvolved.
ExpressYourselfBlog’s ‘Voter Guide Post’ Easy access to ExpressYourselfblog ‘Post’ that are helpful in guiding the voter throughout the voting process. This includes voting reminders for ‘All’ elections for all states, during the Presidential campaign cycle via the website and social media. For non-presidential election cycles, ExpressYourselfBlog will offer active updates on all local elections for the state of NC only. The post will include information on legislation, policies, or high profile events/news that may have an impact on your day to day or local legislation that garnered national attention. Up to date, voting information for all states will always be available via website links to make it easy to #VoteAllElections and #VoteInformed.
ExpressYourselfBlog’s ‘Voting Rights-A History’ Series ‘ExpressYourselfBlog’s compilation of posts dedicated to the men, women, and organizations that fought tirelessly for voting rights for all citizens in America.
Source Links | Non-Profit Orgs: Votesmart.org, USVoteFoundation.org, USA.gov, Vote.org, and Procon.org. Note: Hover over a link to identify the source of a redirect to the state.
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