Voting in person on Election Day?
Be sure to know where to go.
Your in-person polling place may change from one election to the next, so it is important to check before you go to vote.
Polling locations are assigned by residential address, the address you used when you registered to vote. It is important that you go to your assigned location since your name will not be on the roster at any other location. Rules vary by state, but if you try to vote at a location other than your assigned location, you will generally have to cast a provisional ballot.
Please note that voters with disabilities have the right to be assigned to an accessible polling place but may have to request it beforehand.