Voter's Guide to Federal Elections
Our voter's guide is available in 11 languages. It is designed to help voters successfully navigate the federal elections process, from registering to vote to casting a ballot on Election Day. In addition to the basics of ballot-casting, it also includes information on eligibility and early voting, as well as the registration and voting process for military and civilians living abroad, and polling place services that make voting more accessible. Also see our FAQ flyer, available in seven languages on 14 common questions from citizens about voting in Federal elections.
View "A Voter's Guide" in Cherokee, Chinese, Dakota, Japanese, Korean, Navajo, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese and Yupik. Also view FAQ flyer in
Voting in Federal Elections
From registering to vote through casting a ballot on election day, informed voters are empowered voters. In this fact sheet we have answers to 14 common questions from citizens about voting in Federal elections.
14 Facts about Voting in the Federal Elections
View "14 Facts for Voting in Federal Elections" in Chinese (PDF), Japanese (PDF), Korean (PDF), Spanish (PDF), Tagalog (PDF), Vietnamese (PDF) and English (PDF).