Obstruction voters may face on Election Day includes: polls opening late or closing early, a lack of ballots, or having one’s identity, identification, or voter registration status improperly challenged.
If you face any obstruction or attempt at obstruction on Election Day, please report the problem directly to the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
YES! Voting is a civic privilege and democratic duty, and we must all exercise our right to vote. Presidential elections may receive the most attention and funding, but every election matters and influences the wellbeing of our communities.
Lots of elections indicate how very much impact a single vote can make: Dave Adkins, for example, recaptured his spot in the New Hampshire House of Representatives by two votes in 2016. David Ainsworth won his seat in the Vermont House of Representatives by just one single ballot that year. The list continues, but the message stays the same: each vote counts and each election matters. For Los Angeles County Residents use the Voter Registration Verification link below.
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