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Making sure you're registered
Check the registration rolls
- Call your local and state Board of Elections, or look on their website if they have an active one that lists registrations.
- Call a candidate's office.
- Check a major candidate's website. For example, you can go to www.barackobama.com and clicking on the “find out where to vote” link in the righthand column (scroll down the page)
- Vote early if you can, that way you’ll have time to deal with any problems that might arise.
- Get to the polls early in the day on November 4th.
If there are problems
- If you have trouble voting, call 866.OUR.VOTE from the polling place if possible. The Election Protection Coalition has attorneys standing by who can help if needed.
- Report broken machines, long lines, or other polling place problems to the Twitter Vote Report, or call 866.OUR VOTE.
- Stand your ground: insist on your rights at the polls! In many states, you have the right to cast a provisional ballot no matter what.
See also If you are told you cannot vote
The more people participating in and watching the process, the less likely there’ll be disenfranchisement at the polls!
- Find out if your local party has a pollwatching organization
- Volunteer with the Election Protection Coalition