--You can register or re-register at the polls on Election Day, so that you CAN vote.
--If records show that you have moved, you can re-register so you CAN vote.
--If you are disabled or cannot understand English, you may bring a friend to help you vote.
--If you are in line at the polling place before 8pm on Election Day, you CAN vote.
--On the morning of Election Day, you have the right to be absent from work in order to vote.
--If you have been convicted of a felony an have served your sentence, you CAN vote.
You can register or re-register at the polls on Election Day, so that you can vote.
--Talk to the Voting Rights attorney at your polling place.
--Ask for the name of ther person who is denying you the vote and write it down.
--Ask to talk to a supervisor and lodge a complaint.
If you have a problem, please call 651-292-8770 or email us.