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Non-partisan Voter Information Sources

Campus and Youth Initiatives

SIS Voting With the Elders Symposium

Be the Change You Want to See!

  • The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge seeks to increase the number of college students who are democratically engaged on an ongoing basis, during and between elections.
  • IGNITE Political Power in Every Young Woman, a non-partisan group, encourages young women to engage in the political process, provides regular virtual and in person trainings, and holds regional conferences. 

Voter Preparation

Are you registered? Are you moving? Need an absentee ballot?

  • Voter Status: Unsure if you are registered to vote in Georgia? Check here: My Voter Page – Georgia Secretary of State.
  • Updater.com state guides for updating your voter registration.
  • Vote.org information on state absentee ballot requirements and help getting an absentee ballot application.
  • Voteriders is a nonpartisan resource for info or help getting IDs to vote. Check here for state voter ID requirements or to get involved.
  • The U.S. Election Committee provides information and opportunities to register to vote. Use the National Mail Voter Registration Form, update your registration information with a new name or address, or register with a political party. 
  • Vote.gov  provides voter registration application forms with state-by-state instructions.
  • CNN sources for state-by-state voting information.

Find Your Elections

Where to Find Candidate Information

Stay Educated!

Stay in the Know: Voter Education and Participation

  • The League of Women Voters is engaged in programs to protect voting rights and expand electoral participation. Since 2006, the League’s VOTE411.org has served tens of millions of voters. By entering one’s home address on VOTE411.org, voters can see ballot questions they will be voting on, compare candidate responses to League questions and much more 
  • The Voter Participation Center lists ways to get involved with voter registration and participation
  • TurboVote is an app that keeps you informed about registration, elections, and absentee ballots
  • National Voter Corps mobilizes volunteers to assist voting organizations nationwide
  • Rock the Vote links to voter registration tools, elected officials contact information, and much more, including code for an Election Reminder widget
  • The National Voting Corps mobilizes volunteers to assist voting organizations nationwide