True the Vote’s resource center is an area dedicated to educating and informing concerned citizens about issues affecting the integrity of America’s electoral system.
You may not know this, but your voter registration information and voting history is maintained by your state as a publicly available voting record. Voter records normally contain the voter’s name, address, date of birth, citizens…
If you are sure you cannot be near your local polling place on Election Day, you may qualify to vote absentee. Absentee voting is mostly conducted before Election Day by mail, though you might also be able to turn in your absentee…
Are you ready to become a True the Vote-trained poll watcher? There are 4 steps to get you ready for Election Day. Step 1: Watch the TTV training video. Step 2: Check your state’s poll watcher placement rule. In most cases, a pol…
Two important questions about Election Day are: when do the polling places open, and how long do they stay open? The answers vary from county to county and state to state. Election Day itself is the Tuesday after the first Monday…
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