Verify your voter registration status, where to vote and what sort of identification is required to cast a ballot at CanIVote.org.
Congress.org lists important deadlines, dates and election information by state.
Brush up on the basics of America’s election process by reading Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government. The guide is meant for younger audiences, but it’s chock full of easy to understand information for people of all ages.
Ballot.org compiles voting guides by state from different organizations, including unions, political parties and nonprofits.
Voters can type in their address on SmartVoter.org to easily find information on candidates and ballot initiatives. The website, created by League of Women Voters, generates a virtual copy of your ballot with candidate information, including endorsements, biography, opinions on issues and the candidate’s website.
Check a politician’s voting history while in office at OnTheIssues.org.
The National Center for Transgender Equality created an intersectional guide to overcoming voting obstacles that addresses identification issues for transgender people, as well as other possible problems that could arise on election day.
If your right to vote is refused or if any other issue arises while voting, contact Election Protection, a nonpartisan organization devoted to providing access to voters.
View election results on your state’s secretary of state website, your local board of elections website, or your favorite local news outlet.