Election Day Resources
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th. This is your chance to make your voice heard in your local, state, gubernatorial and Congressional elections, and of course, the Presidential election,
Here at TSCL, we want to make sure you are fully prepared when it comes to Election Day resources. That's why we put together a checklist for you to follow to ensure you are informed and ready to vote!
1. Know your district – Use this interactive map to access YOUR state election website, which includes voter guides, registration information and deadlines, absentee and early voting dates, provisional voting information and polling place hours and locations.
2. Make sure you are registered to vote – Once you check with your state election website, take the steps to ensure you are registered to vote. Each state has its own registration deadlines. Learn about the National Mail Voter Registration process and regulations in your state.
3. Decide your voting method – If you are going to vote at a physical location on Election Day, confirm the location and opening and closing times. Use this interactive map to see if your state offers early voting, absentee voting, mail only voting, or in person only voting so you can pick the option that is most convenient to you.
4. Research the Issues – What issues matter most to you? View the issues that are most important to members of The Senior Citizens League.
5. Research the Candidates – Project Vote Smart provides free, unbiased, in-depth information about current officials, candidates, issues, legislation, and voting.
6. Make your voice heard – On November 8th, get out and vote!