Absentee Ballot Request and Voter Registration Services for All U.S. Voters in All States at Home and Abroad

My Voter Account

A Voter Account moves with you, stays with you and informs you as a voter

The My Voter Account (MVA) application is designed to help you cultivate your personal democracy - with voting as a central action. With the MVA service, you can maintain a single account throughout your life and make voting a keystone of your own civic engagement. 

A Voter Account will return value to you for your voting effort. It reduces the redundancy of generating new absentee ballot request forms, finding current voting information and obtaining real service. 

Once you have an account, you can update and reprint your ballot request in seconds. Your MVA informs you personally about upcoming election dates and deadlines, how to contact your election official, who your elected officials are, and what candidates are running for office in your state. No more searching through different sites and services - now your Voter Account informs you, personally. Create your Voter Account and begin experiencing the MVA service today!

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Volunteer for the Voter Help Desk!

US Vote Foundation is seeking qualified volunteers to help staff our Voter Help Desk. Ideal candidates will have an interest in helping absentee and military voters participate in federal elections.

If you have a strong interest in voting and elections coupled with skills in technical and creative writing and customer support/service, you will excel in this role and gain invaluable experience. Candidates with experience studying or practicing political science, law, civics, and government are particularly well-suited.

Voting and Elections Summit 2014 Kicks Off High-Stakes Midterm Election Year

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 30, 2014 – A blockbuster line-up of high-profile speakers, including Representative John Conyers Jr. (D-MI) as the afternoon keynote speaker, is set to greet a packed audience at the U.S. and Overseas Vote Foundation’s Eighth Annual Voting and Elections Summit 2014, co-sponsored by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, on January 30th at George Washington University’s (GWU) Jack Morton Auditorium, 805 21st Street, NW, Washington, D.C.


Progress on the Voting Front

Contradicting the tendency toward growing restrictions in voting across the United States, the Brennan Center for Justice cites an overall positive trend toward greater voter access. This is welcome optimism when it seems like so many state legislatures are turning back the clock with regard to voting access and requirements.

Women's History Month Highlights Both Contributions and Inequalities

As we come to the conclusion of Women’s History Month, we celebrate the contributions of women to all facets of our society. However, inequality still remains, particularly gender parity in elected office.

It's Midterm Election Season - Register & Request Your Ballot Today!

Welcome to the 2014 midterm election season! The primaries are underway! Are you registered? Will you cast your vote? Did you know that midterms can be as crucial as presidential elections and that both are considered “general elections”?

The Origins of All-Mail Voting Are Further South Than You May Think

Many people are aware that Oregon is one of three states that implements all-mail voting. Washington followed in 2011 and Colorado makes the switch this year. However, what most people do not know is that San Diego was the pioneer in vote-by-mail elections.

Recent Developments in Absentee and Early Voting

Representative Susan Davis (D-CA), a featured keynote speaker at OVF and US Vote’s 2014 Eighth Annual Voting and Elections Summit, recently filed a bill in Congress aimed at lessening restrictions on absentee voting. The bill would mandate no-excuse absentee voting in all federal elections. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 27 states and the District of Columbia allow this provision, while 20 states only accept absentee ballots if detailed excuses are submitted.

Three states - Washington, Oregon, and Colorado - allow for all-mail voting. Representative Davis argues that invasive excuse requirements do not prevent fraud. Rather, she states “They are really just getting in the way. They have a real chilling effect.”