Bringing best-in-class voter services to millions of U.S. citizen voters living in the U.S. and abroad.
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Absentee Ballot Request for US-based and Overseas Voters Abroad, Election Dates / Deadlines, and How to Vote in your State

When’s My Next Election?

State Voter Information

Check your state's voter eligibility and ID requirements, ways to vote, voting tools and more:

Register to Vote / Request a Ballot

US domestic voters, overseas and military voters — you can all register and request a ballot with US Vote.

Look Up My Local Election Office

Sign Me up for Voter Alerts

Get election reminders for your state's upcoming elections. See your election dates and deadlines.

Am I Registered?

Check to see if you are registered to vote in your state, and connect directly to your state's voter registration lookup service.

Voting Rights Restoration

If you've lost your voting rights, you can restore your right to vote in every state. Click on your state to find out your status and next steps to restoring your voting rights.

Take Me to the Voter Help Desk

US Vote offers actionable answers to domestic voter questions and overseas voter issues. Our help desk team provides individual, personalized answers to your voting questions.

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US Vote Blog

Here's where you can find in-depth information on relevant voting topics. We tackle ballot return options, absentee and vote-by-mail ballot processes, in-person and early voting options and more.

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The civic holidays are non-partisan holidays developed to bring together citizens from across the country to celebrate and strengthen our democracy! These holidays include National Voter Registration Day, National Voter Education Week, Vote Early Day, and Election Hero Day. You can learn more about each of these special days at

Thousands of organizations and universities have joined up to celebrate these civic holidays and we want to know what you and your school/organization is doing to participate? But first, take a look at what RU Voting is doing on the Rutgers New Brunswick campus.

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Ela M. Yazzie-King agreed to an interview with US.VOTE's YES Campaign about the difficulty of voting from a reservation when you don’t have an official street address.

Voter stories like Ela’s are the essence of You’re Eligible Situations - YES.

For the YES Campaign, US.VOTE started out asking “Can I vote if…” questions. But we gained much more than voter eligibility answers. The determined voters we interviewed breathe life and purpose into each scenario. They demonstrate that even amidst life’s complexities, voting can be manageable and meaningful for every eligible citizen.

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US.VOTE launches on Election Day, November 7, 2023 - also considered the first day of the 2024 Election Season.

US.VOTE is born from the legacy of U.S. Vote Foundation and Overseas Vote, with over two decades of proven excellence in voter services. US.VOTE, however, will have a new and special purpose. It will be dedicated to the development of better, broader, more inclusive voter outreach and engagement campaigns.

The idea is to answer the questions that stand between voters and voting, what U.S. Vote Foundation identifies as the "Can I vote if...?" and "How do I vote...?" questions.

With US.VOTE, the foundation aims to speak to many more voters that they would not otherwise engage. US.VOTE is about how to re-imagine and revitalize the voting experience. It will mark a new era in voter communications and assistance.