Republicans purge voter rolls to "prevent voter fraud." Republicans often remove more Democrats than Republicans when they do this. BUT if they take you off the rolls, you can re-register. So, Check Your Voter Registration in District of Columbia and re-register if you need to.
|One of the perks of mail-in-voting is that you can track when your ballot was mailed, received and counted. This is a great way to make sure your vote was counted. If you think your vote was not counted then be sure to report it.|
|Many Republican states have been making it harder to vote by closing voting locations. Democrats close polling locations too, but usually because more people are voting by mail so they don't need as many polling locations. Check Your Voting Location before you go to vote.||District of Columbia allows you to Register to Vote Online. There are limitations and deadlines that you need to be aware of so you are not stuck unable to vote. Plus, if you have been purged you need to re-register to vote here. It is important to check and re-register if you don't see yourself on the voting rolls.|
|District of Columbia State Elections Website contains everything you need to know about Local, State and Federal elections. It is an important place to check if you have any questions about the voting process.|
|Inevitably you will have questions. This is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the voting process. Review it and if you have more questions, contact your state's Secretary of State's Office.|
|Special rules apply to Overseas and Military Voters so you can mail your vote to your State. Check here to make sure your address is correct so you get your ballot and that you know the rules about when to submit it.|