To find a local polling station, use a website, such as Trigger The Vote, click Find My Polling Place, choose your state, and click Find Out Now. The website takes you to the polling place look-up service of the specific state. You may have to enter additional information, depending on your state.
For example, if you live in Alabama, you can search for a polling station by voter information or residence address. In the first case, you have to choose your county, and enter your last name and birth date. To find a local polling station by residence address, enter county, house number, street name, direction and type. In addition, choose the street's suffix and your ZIP code. The service in Kansas uses the same system for polling place look-ups.
To find your polling station if you live in Montana, use Trigger The Vote. Once it takes you to My Voter Page, click Start, enter your first, middle and last name and your birthdate. You may also need to enter your address. The service confirms whether you are registered to vote and what your registration address is and gives you the address of your polling station. You can also see the polling location on the map and get directions to it.