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Voting Information

Find information on elections, including primary and general election dates.

MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE! YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

  • Federal and state laws prohibit voter intimidation. Every registered voter has the right to cast a ballot free from intimidation or coercion.
     
  • If you are harassed, threatened or prevented from casting your ballot, notify your local election officials or the election administrators at your polling place.
     
  • If you need information or assistance at any stage of voting– or if you encounter obstacles to voting – call the national, nonpartisan Election Protection coalition at (866) OUR-VOTE or (866) 687-8683. 

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