Know Your Voting Rights: State-by-State Voter Information 2012

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2012

Every vote counts. Your right to vote
is one of the most basic rights you have as
an American. Many states’ rules have
changed so make sure you know what you
need to vote in your state this year.

QUICK TIPS FOR VOTERS:

REGISTRATION
Check your voter registration status.
Select your state at www.canivote.org »

POLLING PLACE
Locate your polling place and note the hours of operation.
Select your state at www.canivote.org »

VOTING EARLY
Consider voting early or absentee. If you plan to vote on Election Day, go early to avoid the rush.
Select your state at www.canivote.org »

ID REQUIREMENTS
Check to see if you need ID to vote.
Select your state at www.canivote.org »

For more information, click on your state
or call 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)

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Click on your state on the map for information about voting in your state.
  

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