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New Quick Tips Guides

10 New Quick Start Guides for election officials on: Managing the Voting Process; Effective Poll Workers; Voter Education; Election Data; UOCAVA Voters; Alternative Voting Methods; Poll Watchers; Contingency Planning; Provisional Ballots; Election Audits

 
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Voting Systems Under Test

EAC’s voting system certification program eliminates duplicative testing and saves election officials time and resources. This is the first time the federal government has offered these services to the states.

 
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National Mail Voter Registration Form

U.S. citizens can use the Form to register to vote, update registration information due to a name change, address change, or to register with a political party.

 
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Voting Tips with FAQs

Be familiar with the voting process in your state. The following tips from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission may help enhance your voting experience.

 
 
 
 

Contact Your State

contactstateAccess state election Web sites, which include voter guides, registration information and deadlines, absentee and early voting dates, provisional voting information and polling place hours and locations. Contact Your State.  

 

Election Official Exchange

The Exchange is a network that helps election officials connect and share best practices and knowledge. Sign up or explore the database of practitioners ready to serve as a friendly sounding board for your ideas, big or small. Together we can build a community resource that will save us time and make us more effective. Participation is limited to current and former U.S. election officials, but the content is available to the general public. Enter the Exchange.  

 

Have You Moved Recently?

Learn what steps you should take to ensure your voter registration is current for the next federal election. EAC's frequently asked questions on voter registration and moving cover a variety of circumstances, from recently relocated college students to those moving due to a foreclosure. Read more

The EAC Clearinghouse

The EAC Web site is a national clearinghouse of information on election administration, from voting system testing and certification to data on how Americans voted in recent federal elections. Find information through the navigation bar or our new search tool.

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Share your feedback on EAC policy proposalsElection Resource Library materials, and OpenEAC activities. Give feedback on general issues, including the Web site, through our Contact Us page.

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Voter Tips

votingtipsBefore the next election, be familiar with the voting process in your State. The following tips from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission may help enhance your voting experience. See Voting Tips

 

Events Calendar

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Sep 14

EAC Grants Program Reflections & Future Direction EAC will host a Sept 3 roundtable discussion to explore the EAC grants program's past succ...

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NIST Accessible Voting Tech Webinars (June 20) On June 20, EAC/NIST will sponsor the webinar, "Highlights of EAC Accessible Voting Resear...

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Reforming the Testing and Certification Process EAC will host a June 12 roundtable to discuss reforms to the testing and certification pro...

Election Resource Library

Access hundreds of commonly requested EAC reports and resources, from Election Management Guidelines to data on voter turnout, registration, and military and overseas voters.

Public Meeting Webcasts

Watch live and on-demand webcasts of EAC public meetings.

Military and Overseas Voters

EAC has several projects under way to assist states in serving military and overseas citizens who register and vote absentee under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. Learn more

Voting Accessibility

EAC's voting materials in 11 languages make voting more accessible to people with limited English proficiency. Our resources also help states make voting more accessible to people with disabilities. Learn more

Voting Systems Map

systemmapthumbEAC's map of voting systems shows which jurisdictions are using EAC-certified systems. View the map

 
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11/17/2014 4:47:00 PM
Voting System Testing Update 11.18.14

EAC's "Voting System Testing Update" blog allows stakeholders to track progress...

 
10/31/2014 4:34:00 PM
Ten New Quick Start Guides & Tips for Election Officials

EAC has ten new Quick Start Guides with easy-to-read tips and ideas collected from election officials to better manage the elections...

 
10/30/2014 3:06:00 PM
More New Quick Tips for Election Officials

EAC has two new Quick Start Guides with tips on how to better serve UOCAVA voters and to better manage alternative voting methods. 

 
9/23/2014 4:04:00 PM
Voter Tips with FAQs

Be familiar with the 2014 voting process in your state using EAC’s voting tips and FAQs 

 
8/28/2014 2:59:00 PM
EAC Roundtable: Grants Program - Reflections & Future Direction

EAC will host a September 3rd discussion to explore the EAC grants program's past successes...

 
8/26/2014 3:08:00 PM
Voting System Testing Update 8.26.14

EAC's "Voting System Testing Update" blog allows stakeholders to track progress...

 
8/12/2014 8:15:00 AM
Voting System Testing Update 8.12.14

EAC's "Voting System Testing Update" blog allows stakeholders to track progress...

 
8/7/2014 9:19:00 AM
New Quick Start Guides & Tips for Election Officials

EAC has four new Quick Start Guides with tips on managing the voting process, poll workers, voter education programs and election data...

 
8/5/2014 8:22:00 AM
Voting System Testing Update 8.5.14

EAC's "Voting System Testing Update" blog allows stakeholders to track progress...