Different states have different requirements for voters, but the most common voting methods include:
No matter how you choose to practice your fundamental right to vote, it is important that you be an Informed Voter.
Be aware of misinformation and acts of Voter Suppression. Explore the library's resources to learn more:
Despite the laws passed throughout U.S. election history to protect citizens' right to vote...
Voter Suppression remains a prominent issue in today's society.
Explore the library's resources in the next tabs to learn more about Voter Suppression...
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Element5 Digital (Creator). (2018). I Voted Stickers [Photograph], Retrieved from https://unsplash.com/photos/ls8Kc0P9hAA
annie bolin (Photographer). (2018). Register Early to Vote Sign [Photograph], Retrieved from https://unsplash.com/photos/L2dMboUwyMg
Richter, F. (August 6, 2020). The Current State(s) of Mail-In Voting [Digital image]. Retrieved from https://www-statista-com.jwupvdz.idm.oclc.org/chart/22494/mail-in-voting-ruley-by-state/