Know your voting rights! Download an NCJW Know Your Rights Poster to print and post in local food banks, health clinics, Jewish community centers, beauty parlors, and more.
Use the resources below to research your state’s election laws, understand assistance you may be entitled to receive, become an election worker, report a complaint, and more!
- Locate your polling place and voting laws specific to your state: http://www.canivote.org (National Association of Secretaries of State)
- Become a Election Worker (US Election Assistance Commission)
- Information about language minority voting rights (US Department of Justice)
- Find out whether formerly incarcerated people can vote in your state (American Civil Liberties Union)
- Learn about voting overseas (US Vote Foundation)
- Assistance for disabled citizens casting a ballot, or for those assisting disabled voters (Nonprofit VOTE)
- State Administrative Voting Complaint Procedures (US Election Assistance Commission)
- Additional election protection information (Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law)
- Voting Rights Advancement Act Talking Points