To verify your voter registration, you can visit your state’s voter registration website, or your state or local election office. The National Association of Secretaries of State, or NASS, site, can direct you to your state’s voter registration web page.
There does not seem to be a nationwide voter verification platform, and each state appears to perform their own registration and verification system. To find out how and where to vote, you can visit the Canivote.org website, created by state election officials. The site directs would-be voters to their local state websites.
For example, the Indiana voter registration system helps you verify your voter registration, review candidates on the ballot, update voter registration, print a voter registration form and contact your county election office. All you need to verify your voter registration in Orange County Register of Voters is your date of birth and the last four digits of your driver's license.
To verify your registration on the Kansas website, they ask for your county, first name, last name and your date of birth. They offer language options in English and Spanish and information on the upcoming election by county.
Check with your state or local election office on how to verify your voter registration, as individual states have different requirements, according to NASS.