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Resources

Explore other ways to get involved in upcoming elections.

There are many organizations that work to engage citizens in voting. Below are a few you might find useful as you consider candidates in national, state and local elections.

Libraries Guide to Election 2016 is a guide created by the Adelphi Libraries staff to help explain this election cycle.
  • Brennan Center for Justice is a non-partisan public policy and law institute that focuses on the fundamental issues of democracy and justice.
  • Can I Vote lets you check your voter registration status on this nonpartisan site created by state election officials to help eligible voters figure out how and where to go vote.
  • Congress.org can provide registration forms and absentee ballots for all 50 states. For out-of-state residents: please be sure to take note of the deadline in your respective state.
  • DMV.org provides information of how to register to vote.
  • Election Assistance Committee (EAC) is a resource for voters and maintains the National Voter Registration form, for voter registration or to update registration information.
  • icitizen is a free civic engagement app for your device.
  • New York State Board of Elections includes election law, voting information, election ballots, official election results, district maps, and absentee ballot information.
  • Rock the Vote fuses pop culture, politics and technology to mobilize the youth vote, protect voting rights, and advocate for an effective electoral process and voting system.
  • Your Vote Your Voice supports and enhances civic engagement activities such as voter education and registration, offers a suite of voter services designed to make it easier for all American citizens to register and vote in state and federal elections.

Find media coverage on election issues:

 

For further information, please contact:

Kathleen Watchorn
Coordinator of Adelphi Votes

Nexus Building, Room 305

p – 516.877.3660
e – voter@adelphi.edu

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