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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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Before having kids, I was a proud voter who made sure to get to the polls for every election. No matter how large or small the office up for election, I looked forward to having my voice be heard by casting my vote.

Later, as a mom with two young kids, I maintained my good intentions of voting, but sometimes responsibilities with the kids got in the way, or I would lose track of the process, or I was simply too exhausted to make voting a priority.

To get back to carrying out my civic duty more regularly, I was going to need some help. But, what was that going to be? I went on to learn that the Voter Account is a platform for civic engagement, unique to U.S. Vote Foundation: a personal democracy dashboard that helps you keep voting even with an overly busy life.

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U.S. Vote Foundation (US Vote) is honored to play a role in delivering a pivotal report on Ethical Standards for Election Administration to all U.S. election officials on behalf of the Bipartisan Working Group, as well as to make the report available to the public on our website.

In 2022, The American Law Institute facilitated the formation of the Bipartisan Working Group, a diverse group of leaders who set out to create a proposed set of Ethical Standards for Election Administration. The group has now issued its recommendations, offering a clear articulation of the role of ethical standards in guiding the conduct of elections.

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In light of recent news stories about threats to election workers and voter harassment, U.S. Vote Foundation thought it important to highlight the protections that exist under federal law to ensure the ability of American citizens to participate freely and safely in U.S. elections.

The mission of the U.S. Justice Department is to “remain vigilant in detecting, investigating, and pursuing violations of federal civil and criminal laws related to voting.” As it has done in previous elections, the U.S. Justice Department will be putting procedures in place...