Voting in 2011
As a placeholder for some more information in the future, here are links on how to vote and how to request absentee ballots in every state.
Voting Information in One Place
Each state has different requirements for registering to vote and for requesting absentee ballots.
Find your state in the National Registration Form, fill it out and send it to your local voting clerk. Addresses can be found in the form.
Find your state in the list below to find more voter information, including absentee ballot sites. A great website to help you with absentee ballot needs is www.longdistancevoter.org.
If you are serving in the military or live in a foreign country, you can request an absentee ballot at all times using this form. (pdf)
Federal and statewide election candidates are linked to via Politics1.
The General Election for 2011 will be held on November 8, 2011.
Request an Absentee Ballot (This one is a pain – and this has some very important elections in 2010…visit Long Distance Voter’s Delaware Page for more comprehensive directions. The problem is that if you are a college student, you have to get a Notary Public to sign your affidavit that you are away at school.)
Request an Absentee Ballot
Washington votes by mail and so if you are a registered voter, your ballot will be sent to the address you signed up with. To request an absentee ballot, you must contact your county auditor.