Today is Election Day and millions of voters will head to the polls to make their voices heard and shape the future of our country and our communities. Already, more than 100 million Americans have raised their voices and cast their ballot in this unprecedented election year. We couldn’t be prouder of the determination and commitment to democracy we have seen across our great nation.
But remember, if you are an Election Day voter, we’re here to support you!
Your voting plan
Still haven't voted? It’s showtime! Whether you are headed to the polls or dropping off your ballot at your polling place, this is your last chance to make your voice heard. We recommend knowing what’s on your ballot and how you’ll vote in advance, to make it as easy and efficient for you as possible. Visit our ultimate voter resource, VOTE411, to learn more.
At the polls
Remember if you are in line when the polls close, you have the right to cast your ballot. Stay and make sure your vote is counted. Let the polling officials know that it is your right to vote.
Should any issues arise, you can call or text the voter protection hotline (866-OUR-VOTE). Trained election volunteers are standing by to help you with any issues you might face and can offer support in multiple languages.
If for some reason you aren’t able to vote, you have the option of requesting a provisional ballot — although this isn’t recommended and should only be a last resort if you’re turned away at the polls.
After the election, don’t worry if the results aren’t in the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 4. With a record number of mail-in and absentee votes this year, it will take a while to count all the votes — and that’s OK! It’s exciting to know that so many people have taken an active role in our democracy. We want every vote counted in these elections — and our democracy is worth waiting for.
Strive to get out the vote right up until the polls close. If you are voting in person today, take a friend. Make sure your friends and family have made their voices heard, and don’t forget to wear your mask. Happy Election Day!