A voting precinct is a subdivision of either a city or county where each address in the area is assigned to a precinct and each precinct is then given a specific location for its residents to vote. Multiple precincts may... More »

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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 »

The League of Women Voters' Vote411 website tells users what precinct they are in and the location of their designated polling place. The tool only requires the user's address and zip code; it does not require a name, te... 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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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 »