Information about voting stations is available both from all local governments as well as through Internet-based resources such as Vote411. Getting this information from local sources requires either telephoning or visiting the local city hall in person. Vote411's information is accessible from any computer or Internet-capable mobile device.Continue Reading
Vote411, which is a service provided by the League of Women Voters, not only contains information about voting stations, but also a range of other election information. The site does not require sensitive or personal information from users. In order to access information on Vote411, users simply enter their states, cities, streets and ZIP codes. Only the street name is necessary, not the user's individual street address.
The site provides users with the name and address of their nearest voting stations, as well as any elections in which thier voting stations are participating. Users also have access to the names of all the candidates running in these and other upcoming elections. Vote411 also provides the political parties to which the candidates belong, as well as where they stand on certain election issues.
Users who are not registered to vote can register directly on the Vote411 site if their home states allow electronic registration. For states that do not allow this, Vote411 has printable copes of the required paper forms.Learn more about Elections