Get Properly Prepared for Election Day

With voter suppression laws popping up all over the country, knowing what you can and can’t do on Election Day can be confusing—or even discouraging.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

With just a few pieces of vital information, you’ll be ready to vote on November 6.  Check out the infographic below (in English and Spanish) to understand what you need to know to exercise your right to vote.

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Haven’t registered yet? Depending on where you live, there may still be time. Check here to see if your state’s deadline has passed and then go to nclr.org/register to get signed up!

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