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Many Secretary of State and some county websites have search engines that locate precincts and polling booths. Requirements vary among websites, but many require users to enter at least some of their address information ... More »

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Voting precinct maps can typically be found on the local city or county government website for a particular area. In addition to listing all of the voting precincts, these maps also usually identify the specific polling ... More »

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Information about voter precincts and other election issues can be found by contacting the Secretary of State, election commission or city hall for a specific state. To find out who to contact, visit the U.S. Election As... More »

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Find your voting precinct by entering your address on Vote411.org. Only street information is needed; Vote411.org does not require your home address or any other personal information. In addition to precinct information,... More »

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