Midterm Elections in the United States

On Tuesday, November 6 2018, US voters head to poll stations across the country to submit their decisions on a range of candidates and issues, except their President. On this page, we provide information to help readers understand the process.

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Four things American voters can do for their communities
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Provided via the link is a listing of state government centers where you may find your election information well beforehand, leading up to, and on the day of elections.

And below are the four key steps all eligible voters should take on time in order to make their fullest contribution to their communities.

Register Early & Correctly

Whether or not you’ve moved recently, make sure that your state’s election office has your current address and registration status. If you’ve just become eligible to vote, do register via any of several means available to you. Read more at your voter information center →

Get Informed

With prompt registration and the right address you should get a substantive, thick mailing booklet, with a full listing of the positions on the ballot come November. If that has not arrived by mid-October, do promptly go to your state’s information site for online and downloadable copies →

Discuss with Others

There are few better ways to learn (and become more motivated as well as informed) than in conversation with a range of fellow potential voters. Ideally, you’ll want to speak with those you agree with, those you disagree with (best behavior, everyone), and those you may persuade or become persuaded by. Peer education is the goal here, and an essential part of what it means to form, be and take care of a civic community. Do see if your state elections office has a schedule of meetings or town halls →

Vote on Time

And the most crucial part of all this is the slot of time you find to make sure you vote. Plan at least one month in advance if you cannot physically be in your voting station that day, and so need to vote by absentee ballot (find out how at your state info site). For those going on voting day but especially short on time (job, family, prior commitments) do check in the days prior for the correct address of your voting station, and note that arriving at certain moments of that day often makes for a surprisingly short line and wait for your time in the booth. Verify your registration and voting station address at your state information center here →

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