Voter Information Center
One of EAC’s primary mandates under the Help America Vote Act is to serve as a central resource for information about elections. Through EAC’s national clearinghouse, the public will find information about topics such as registering to vote and serving as a poll worker along with studies on how, where and when we vote.
EAC is also responsible for maintaining the National Mail Voter Registration form (formulario nacional de inscripción de votantes), which can be used in any state to register to vote in a federal election. EAC also provides information about registering to vote and contact information for each state election office.
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State Voter Information Pages contain state election Web sites, voter guides, registration information and deadlines, absentee and early voting dates, provisional voting information and polling place hours and locations. Also included is information about voting for military and overseas citizens.
- Register to Vote
- A Voter's Guide to Federal Elections (available in seven languages)
- Glossary of Election Terms in Six Languages
- Resources for Overseas Citizens and Military Voters
- Voter Registration Deadlines by State
- Contact Your State Election Office or Find Your Election Official
- Become a Poll Worker
- State Polling Hours / Polling Place Locators
- Find Your Congressional District
- The League of Women Voters' Vote 411
- 2008 State Primary Dates
- U.S. Federal Election System
- National Voter Registration Act
- Voting System Reports Clearinghouse
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