Election protection resources
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This page is part of the Election Protection Wiki,
Things you can do:
- Election Protection's 866-OUR-VOTE hotline - Call with any questions or reporting of foul play. The hotline can put you in touch with immediate legal assistance. Also, the 866OurVote.org website gives state-by-state voting information.
- For an audio overview of past problems with election integrity and what you can do to help, listen to "The Election Imperative" on Conversation Radio. Radio personality Joan Kenley and Commonweal Institute Executive Director Barry Kendall talk with Dorothy Fadiman, maker of the film "Stealing America Vote by Vote."
- My Vote, My Right voter bill of rights fliers for each state.
- Voter Empowerment Cards from the ACLU
- More options for tech-savvy volunteers: (with Twitter Vote Report instructions). From the Voter Suppression Wiki
- GoVote.org locates your polling place and other voting information.
- Google map polling locations locates most polling location, may be missing or out of date.
Election Protection hotlines
- 866-OUR-VOTE (National Election Protection Hotline)
- 888-VE-Y-VOTA (Español)
- 800-966-5946 (AALDEF, Asian languages)
- 866-MYVOTE1 (Tom Joyner Hotline - VoterAction, NAACP National Voter Fund)
- 877-523-2792 (ACLU Voting Rights Project Hotline)
- 877-US4-OBAMA (Obama campaign Voter Hotline)
- 866-976-VOTE (McCain campaign Honest and Open Election hotline - leave a message)
- 877-GOCNN08 (CNN Voter Problem Tipline)
- 888-VOTE-TIP (VelvetRevolution Election Protection Hotline for fraud)
- 567-258-VOTE (Twitter Vote Report key in report or leave audio message)
- Vote411.org from the League of Women Voters provides all kinds of information to help you vote.
- ACLU's "Know Your Voting Rights - State by State" -- printable brochures summarizing your voting rights, for most states.
- One-page know your rights summaries for 27 states from the AFL-CIO.
- Click here to see the voter ID requirements in all states. From the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Election officials, election reform groups, and elected officials
- Why Tuesday? offers a page titled Find a group in your area that helps locate elections officials, election reform groups, and elected officials.
- Click here to request an absentee ballot. Go Vote Absentee is a project of the Women Donors Network.
- Information for voters with disabilities from NDRN.
Student voting rights
- See Student Voting Rights for a guide to student voting rights. From the Brennan Center for Justice.
- See how organizations you trust recommend you vote on ballot measures and other statewide contests at TransparentDemocracy.
- Help in other languages from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission. 中文, 日本語, 한국어, Tagalog, Tiếng Việt, Español
- Verified Voting's Verifier page, which provides detailed information on voting equipment.