This is a guide to help you be prepared to cast your ballot in the next election. The resources and guidance here will help you make informed decisions and let you vote with confidence.
To learn what you can vote on in the next election, visit the Upcoming Election page. This page will be updated as needed.
On the Books page, see a selection of books available in the library, learn how to locate more books on the election process, and learn how to determine if a book is good quality.
On the Articles page, see a list of databases you can search to find popular and scholarly scientific articles, and learn how to evaluate those for quality as well.
Find out when the library is open in the Contact and Hours box.
To register to vote, you have to be:
The deadline to register for the February 2, 2021 election is January 6, 2021.
Begin your registration application here. Or, visit your county election board or your local public library.
Another place you can go to get information about voter ID help and registration help is :
Another great source. From getting you registered to a ride to the polls. This group stops at nothing to make sure you vote.
Trying to decide on a candidate or understand an issue?
Talk about the issues and candidates with your family and friends and follow the news about the election. Get information from many different places so you can make the choices that are right for you. Mark your choices on your Sample Ballot and use it when you vote.
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