Election Offices listing by state - Voter Registration locations

Where To Register To Vote:

State by state information about voting locations, local registrar office addresses and phone number listing for general and local elections

You can vote ONLY at your designated polling place. Make sure your are at the correct polling site and Election District for your address.

When you register to vote,your voter registrations are linked to your residential address.When registered voters move, they are supposed to update their registration records with election officials before voting.

Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.

Upcoming Dates

July 28, 2016
Tomorrow
Tennessee : Last day to apply for absentee ballot by mail. (application must be recieved by this day)
July 29, 2016
In 2 days
Oklahoma : Last day to register to vote
Arkansas : Deadline for the county board of election commissions to give first public notice for the following in a newspaper of general circulation in the county: -Date of Election-Hours voting on Election-Places and times are early voting-Polling sites for holding the election in the county-Candidates and offices to be elected at the time-Time and location of the opening, canvassing, and counting ballots
New Hampshire : Last day city or town clerks must mail or e-mail Write-In Ballots to UOCAVA voters for the primary.
Click here to view Elections Schedule for 2016

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What's on the ballot in 2016

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WHAT'S AT STAKE IN 2016?

2016 US Senate Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 US Senate Elections races in 34 States including US territories. Of the 34 US Senate seats up for election this election cycle, 24 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 10 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 28 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (6 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Gubernatorial Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Gubernatorial Elections races in 13 States including US territories. Of the 13 Gubernatorial seats up for election this election cycle, 4 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 9 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 6 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (7 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Elections races in 9 States including US territories. Of the 9 Lieutenant Gubernatorial seats up for election this election cycle, 6 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 3 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 7 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (2 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Attorney General Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Attorney General Elections races in 10 States including US territories. Of the 10 Attorney General seats up for election this election cycle, 4 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 6 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 6 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (4 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.