Voter Info

 


Special information for Iowa voters!

#ClaimYourVote Iowa! Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Don’t Believe the Rumors – Claim Your Vote!

If you are a Latino citizen, you might have heard rumors that you can’t vote or that you will have problems if you do – but it’s not true. So claim your voice! If you are an American citizen, don’t believe the rumors that you could be charged with voter fraud and deported if you vote – the rumors are not true. Claim your vote!

Voter Registration

Voter registration is happening now! You can register to vote in advance up to 10 days before the election – the last day to register in advance is October 25. If you don’t register in advance, you can still vote – on Election Day, you can register and then vote at your polling place. You can even check online if you’re registered to vote.

Find Your Polling Place

The state of Iowa has a Polling Place Search. Start with your zip code, then give your address, and it tells you where you will be voting.

Background Information and Answers to Questions

If you need background information and answers to questions about how to vote, here is information from some non-partisan sources about voting in Iowa:

When you register to vote, tell the world! #ClaimYourVote

Special Information for New Hampshire voters!

#ClaimYourVote New Hampshire! Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Don’t Believe the Rumors – Claim Your Vote!

If you’re an out-of-state student, you might have heard rumors that you can’t vote or that you will have problems if you do – but it’s not true. You won’t lose federal student aid. You won’t have to register your car in New Hampshire. Your parents won’t have to pay more taxes. So claim your voice!

For more information, see the Fair Elections Legal Network’s New Hampshire Student Voting Guide.

Voter Registration

Voter registration is happening now! You can register to vote in advance up to 10 days before the election – the last day to register in advance is October 25. If you don’t register in advance, you can still vote – on Election Day, you can register and then vote at your polling place. New Hampshire’s Polling Place Search lets you check if you’re registered to vote.

Find Your Polling Place

The state of New Hampshire has a Polling Place Search. Start with your name and birthday or your address, and it tells you where you will be voting.

Recent News

Out-of-state students can vote in New Hampshire! In July 2014, a New Hampshire judge ruled that out-of-state students can vote and don’t have to establish permanent residency in New Hampshire. See the news story: Law Barring Out-Of-State Students From Voting Ruled Unconstitutional

Background Information and Answers to Questions

  • - Here is information from non-partisan sources about voting in New Hampshire:
  • - The Fair Elections Legal Network’s New Hampshire Student Voting Guide – Explains how to register and vote, including laws and requirements, so you can know what ID you need and how to vote in New Hampshire if you go to school there. They also have a general Voter Registration in New Hampshire page.
  • - The Brennan Center’s Student Voting Guide for New Hampshire – Also explains how to register and vote, including laws and requirements. It also answers questions about your rights.

When you register to vote, tell the world! #ClaimYourVote

Información en Iowa

#ClaimYourVote Iowa en Español: dia de las elecciones es 04 de noviembre 2014 

No te creas los rumores – ¡Reclama Tu Voto!

Si eres un ciudadano hispano, tal vez has escuchado rumores que no podrás votar o tendrás problemas si lo haces. Pero todo eso es falso. ¡Así que reclama tu voto! Si eres un ciudadano americano, no te creas los rumores que serás acusado por fraude o deportado por votar. Los rumores son mentira. ¡Así que reclama tu voto!

Registro de votantes

Los que desean votar pueden registrarse ya. Tú te puedes registrar para votar por adelantado hasta 10 días antes de las elecciones. El último día para registrarse por adelantado es octubre 25. Si no te registras con anticipación, aún puedes votar. En el día de elecciones, puedes registrarte y votar en tu escuela electoral. Tú puedes hasta revisar si estás registrado/a en el sitio web.

Encuentra tu escuela electoral

El estado de Iowa tiene una búsqueda de escuelas electorales. Por solo entregar tu dirección, podrás saber a dónde tendrás que votar.

Preguntas, respuestas e información

Si tienes cualquier duda sobre registrarse o votar, los siguientes links te brindarán información imparcial sobre votar en Iowa:

  • ACLU de Iowa’s Voting Rights Guide – Aclara cómo registrarse y votar en Iowa. Incluye leyes y requerimientos para que sepas que identificación necesitarás para votar en Iowa.

  • The Fair Elections Legal Network’s Iowa Student Voting Guide – Explica cómo TODOS (no solo estudiantes) pueden registrarse y votar en Iowa.

  • The Brennan Center’s Student Voting Guide for Iowa – También explica como todos tenemos el derecho al sufragio. Además explica tus derechos.

 Cuando te registres para votar, ¡dile al mundo! #ReclamaTuVoto