Femme, feisty, feminist, finding it harder to alliterate than I expected. Twenty-something, veg, queer, polyflexible, book-loving, Jewish college grad. My feminism is intersectional or it isn't worth shit. Directing my life marginally better than a butterfly in a hurricane.
- polling places
- know your state voter id laws.
- and if you’re in line when the polls close, stay in line and you will still be able to vote.
Do Not leave if you’re having issues at the polls! Call Election Protection at 1-866-OUR-VOTE!
This website is your nonpartisan (not aligned with any political party) one stop shop for everything you need. You can check your voter registration status, find a polling place, learn what kind of ID you need to bring, access absentee/mail-in and early ballots, and even get linked to another nonpartisan site that will give you information about candidates where you live. This website will help you register to vote quickly and easily, and is available in English and Spanish.
Here are some links to important things you need to check in order to vote this November if you live in LA County. Keep in mind, if you know that you may not be able to make it to a polling place, you can always vote by mail, which is very simple. This is a great option for college students and anyone that cannot miss work to vote.
Please, please get out there and vote. Thank you.
From Voter Suppression 101 on Campus Progress