Find out when your ballots are mailed and in-person early voting opens in your state
The first step to voting early is registering to vote. Update your registration today!
Find out if your state requires voter ID and what sorts of ID's are acceptable.
If you have encountered a problem with voting, call or text this national nonpartisan hotline.
Bilingual assistance is available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali.
Sign up for free rides to vote early from our partners at Lyft, Uber, and Lime
Make sure your mail ballot is received, processed, and counted.
Find voter information for voters who are returning home from incarceration.
Credit: National Conference of State Legislatures
Are you active duty military, deployed National Guard, military family, merchant marine, or a civilian living overseas? Federal law protects your access to vote as a US citizen.
Credit: Federal Voting Assistance Program
Find out how to get registered and ready to vote early if you’ve just become a U.S. citizen.
Find out who to contact for your local election needs.
Credit: US Vote Foundation
Learn about what kind of voter engagement you can pursue in Housing and Urban Development (HUD) assisted properties.
Credit: National Low Income Housing Coalition
Find everything you need to build your Vote Early Day activation and share it with the world.
Learn about how you celebrate other the Civic Holidays (National Voter Registration Day, National Voter Education Week, and Election Hero Day)
Pizza to the Polls is making democracy delicious by delivering free food for all to polling places with long lines.
Join the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) in their #TrustedInfo campaign to ensure voters get accurate information.
Learn how you can help bring an early voting location to your campus through the MTV Campus Challenge
Free, practical resources for election officials created by the Center for Tech and Civic Life