Be A Voter

Free resources

Become a poll worker. You can get paid! 

You need to be at least 16 years of age. 


You may also become a Deputy Voter Registrar. You will need to attend a short training session. Then you will be able to register people by helping them complete the appropriate form and certifying that their registration application is accurate. You need to be at least 18 years of age. 


Find your state's elections office and then go to your county. Rules differ in each state. 

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These non-partisan resources includes policy research organizations, civics curricula, state elections information, and voter registration sites. 

All listings are non-partisan and non-profit.


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Check each item off the list as you complete it. Share the list with friends. Post on social media. 


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Ready-made template to implement this social action plan in your school, organization, workplace, sports team, or congregation. 


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Business-size cards for voter outreach. Give to friends, relatives, colleagues, students, and clients.


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Pew Research Center is a non-partisan "fact tank" that informs the public about the issues, policies, and trends in the U.S. and around the world.


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Campus Vote works with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. The goal is to help campuses empower students with the information they need to register and vote.


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iCivics is a free, online educational program for teachers and students about citizenship and participation in civic life. Free lesson plans and games are available for K-12.. Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor created this program. 


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Ballotpedia is a non-partisan digital encyclopedia whose goal is to inform people about elections by providing accurate and objective information. You can find out about your upcoming elections and find a sample of your ballot. 


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The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) offers colleges and universities a way to identify their student registration and voting rates. Find out if your institution is represented.


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Vote Smart's mission is to provide free, factual, unbiased information on candidates and elected officials. You can search candidates' biographies, voting records, speeches, and campaign contributions.. 


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Mi Familia Vota is a civic engagement organization that seeks to promote social justice and voter engagement via citizenship workshops and voter registration. 


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Non-partisan, non-profit organization with resources and lesson plans for teachers of K-12 students. 


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National ,non-partisan organization for election-related information and voter guides. Vote411 is sponsored by the League of Women Voters Education Fund. .


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Students Learn Students Vote promotes civic learning and engagement on college campuses across the country by providing information on best practices to help institutions create a more voter friendly campus. The coalition sponsors #VoteTogether to celebrate college students registering and voting for the first time. 


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Registration, state information, and voter protection hotlines.  Report any problems you may encounter with voter registration, voter identification, or voter intimidation.


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Rock the Vote is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to building the political power of young people. Information includes registration, voting policies by state, and voting rights. 


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Ready-made plans and resources to help you register clients in your non-profit agency. Registering them on site reaches many who are unregistered. This site also provides Information on voting in your state. 


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Quick tips to include in your regular lesson plans to increase voter registration and turnout of eligible high school students.