The easiest way to find the right polling place is to look on the state's website. Most of them provide a list of polling places for upcoming elections by location, as well as other important voting information.
The websites may ask for personal details, such as name and birth date, to verify voter registration and find the most accurate information. People who cannot find the polling locations on their local government websites can contact their Secretary of State's office directly by phone or by visiting in person, and the workers there can help them figure out the right polling places. Some trustworthy third-party organizations, such as the League of Women Voters, also provide information about polling locations, but government information may be more reliable.