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Whether you’re a first time voter or a old pro at the polls, navigating the electoral process can be tough. At AIDS United’s Voter Center it’s our goal to make it as easy as possible to prepare yourself for election day with information on voter registration, voting rights and the issues you need to know about to be an informed HIV voter. 

  • Vote Riders: This website will help potential voters determine what their state’s Voter ID laws are what they need to do to be ready to vote on election day.

  • The Potential Impact of Voter Identification Laws on Transgender Voters in the 2020 General Election: The Williams Institute recently released a study showing that transgender citizens with identification documents that do not match their gender may encounter obstacles to voting. In their new report, they estimate the impact of voter registration requirements and voter ID laws on transgender people who are eligible to vote at the polls in the November 2020 general election..Click the link above to learn more & be ready on election day.

  • Vote411.org: Use this site, run by the League of Women Voters Education Fund, to register to vote, find your polling place or fill out a sample ballot before election day.

  • Rock The Vote: Another resource with information on voter registration and voting rights, Rock The Vote aims to get young people engaged with the voting process. Potential voters can use their FastAction platform to receive alerts reminding them to vote and encouraging them to join in voter activism.

  • Ensure Every American Can Vote: In this resource from the Brennan Center For Justice, potential voters can look at a comprehensive advocacy platform for ensure free and fair elections in the U.S. through reforms to our voting system like automatic voter registration, the restoration of voting rights for all Americans, and policies designed to stamp out voter suppression efforts.

  • State By State Vote By Mail Policies: While all states provide some form of absentee voting, policies vary from state to state and can impact your ability to vote during the COVID-19 pandemic. While some states allow for "no excuse" absentee voting, which allows any registered voter to vote by mail, others may require a predetermined reason for requesting an absentee ballot, often related to issues concerning travel, age, or disabilities. Using this resource from Nonprofit Vote, you can determine what your state's vote by mail policy is well before election day. 



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