This is where you go to vote today. I always says that each voice makes a difference. Today, you need to do more than speak up. Today, you need to vote! Make it count.
Today is the day, folks! If you haven’t done so already, you need to vote!
We don’t have to agree. It doesn’t matter who you vote for. Okay, it matters, but that’s a whole other post. Today, it’s just about making sure your opinion counts, and I believe in that! Since today is the last day to vote, you’ll need to go to a polling place. If you’ve already voted by mail or put your ballot in a drop-off box, great! If not, you need to get out there!
WHERE YOU GO TO VOTE: BY STATE
What if you don’t need to know where to go to vote because you haven’t registered yet?
No worries! You can REGISTER TO VOTE HERE, right now.le
Federal and state elections in the United States are run by the states themselves, according to Article I and Article II of the Constitution. No two states run their elections exactly the same, so contacting your state or local election office is the best way to find out about your state’s unique election rules.
The Basic Steps to Vote are the Same in Most States
Despite the differences in how states run elections, the basic steps to vote are the same almost everywhere.
- Every state except North Dakota requires you to register to vote.
- Every state has absentee voting.
- Most states assign you a specific polling place, or voting location. A few states have ballot drop sites instead.
(Voting rules copied from https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote)
I already voted by leaving my ballot at a 24-hour drop off. Good luck and Happy Voting!
By: Alicia Gonzalez
Also published on Medium.