State-Specific Voter Information

State-Specific Voter Information

Click on your home state to find out specific information related to the laws and processes that govern voting and elections in your state, ballot questions, and election results.


Connecticut

Primary Date: April 28, 2020

Voter Registration Deadline: Five days before a primary. Or apply in person by noon on the last business day before a primary. Seven days before an election. Or follow these instructions to register on election day.

Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020) Registration: Available at designated EDR locations from 6 am to 8 pm.

How to Register: You can 1) register online, 2) print out this form and mail it in, 3) go in person to an election office.

For more information: Visit Connecticut’s Elections & Voting Home Page

League of Women Voters, CT

This site contains lots of information of interest to Voters in Connecticut, such as:

  • A Guide to Voter Registration and Election Procedures in Connecticut-English & Spanish
  • Application for Absentee Ballot
  • Candidate Debates: Standards and Timelines
  • CT Voting Districts
  • Directory of Connecticut’s Elected officials
  • Connecticut: A Guide to State Government

Connecticut Citizen Action Group

Connecticut Citizen Action Group (CCAG) is a statewide membership organization dedicated to working with people to bring about social, economic, and environmental justice, including quality, affordable healthcare, protection of consumers, the environment and democracy. CCAG publishes a listing of events to educate the public and help our members learn where their legislators stand on issues important to families.

Nonprofit VOTE (Connecticut)

This site offers some consolidated links for ex-offenders, homeless and disabled voters as well as resources to support nonprofits and voter partnerships.


Massachusetts

Primary Date: March 3, 2020

Voter Registration Deadline: Twenty days before the primary or election. 

Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020) Registration: Not currently available but people are advocating for it. Get updates here.

How to Register: You can 1) register online, 2) print out this form and mail it in, or 3) go in person to an election office, an RMV office, or certain public assistance offices. 

For more information: Visit Massachusetts’ Elections Division

League of Women Voters, MA

Go to this site to find out:

  • Who is on the ballot in the next election in MA
  • How your legislators voted in the past
  • How to register to vote
  • Where to vote and voting districts
  • MA election results
  • Find your current elected officials

MassVOTE

MassVOTE is a non-partisan voting rights organization. We work with community-based non-profit organizations to increase voter education and turnout across Massachusetts.

MASSPIRG

MASSPIRG takes on powerful interests on behalf of Massachusetts’ citizens, working to win concrete results for public health, transportation, consumer protection and democracy.

Nonprofit VOTE (Massachusetts)

This site offers consolidated links for ex-offenders, homeless and disabled voters as well as resources to support nonprofits and voter partnerships.


New Hampshire

Primary Date: February 11, 2020

Voter Registration Deadline: Varies. Check with your town clerk’s office

Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020) Registration: Qualified individuals can register on election day. Find out more here.

How to Register: Visit your town clerk’s office.  

For more information: Visit New Hanpshire’s Elections Division.

Citizens Count NH Voter Guide Mobile App

Using the app, citizens are able to learn candidates’ experience and background, discover where they stand on the issues that matter, view voting records for incumbents, find your polling place and get information on voter ID and registration.

Where to vote – League of Women Voters, NH

Go to this site to find:

  • Who is on the ballot in the next election
  • How your legislators voted in the past
  • How to register to vote
  • Voter information in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Nepali

Nonprofit VOTE (New Hampshire)

This site offers consolidated links for ex-offenders, homeless and disabled voters as well as resources to support nonprofits and voter partnerships.


Rhode Island

Primary Date: April 28, 2020

Voter Registration Deadline: 30 days before the primary or the election. 

Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020) Registration: You can register on election day at one of these locations, but you can only vote for president and vice-president.

How to Register: You can 1) register online, 2) print out this form and mail it in, or 3) visit one of the locations listed here.

For more information: Visit Rhode Island’s Voter Information Page.

League of Women Voters, RI

Go to this site to find out:

  • Who is on the ballot in the next election in RI
  • How your legislators voted in the past
  • How to register to vote
  • Where to vote and voting districts
  • RI election results
  • Find your current elected officials

Nonprofit VOTE (Rhode Island)

This site offers consolidated links for ex-offenders, homeless and disabled voters as well as resources to support nonprofits and voter partnerships.


Vermont

Primary Date: March 3, 2020

Voter Registration Deadline: Any day up to and including election day. 

Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020) Registration: Register on election day at your polling place.

How to Register: You can 1) register online, 2) print out a form and mail it, or 3) deliver in person. Details here

For more information: Visit Vermont’s Elections Page.

League of Women Voters, VT

Go to this site to find out:

  • How to register to vote
  • Where to vote and voting districts
  • Who is on the ballot in the next election in VT
  • How your legislators voted in the past
  • VT election results
  • Find your current elected officials

Vermont Public Interest Research Group

VPIRG’s mission is to promote and protect the health of Vermont’s people, environment and locally-based economy by informing and mobilizing citizens statewide.  Among other things, VPIRG is fighting to make the government more open, responsive to and reflective of ordinary citizens by: Minimizing the influence of big money and special interests over elections; Ensuring that Vermont’s leaders are elected with majority support; Removing all unnecessary barriers to voting in order to maximize voter participation including passing the automatic voter registration bill when you register your car or get a license; And maximizing transparency and accountability in our voting systems.

Nonprofit VOTE (Vermont)

This site offers consolidated links for ex-offenders, homeless and disabled voters as well as resources to support nonprofits and voter partnerships.

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