3 Voter Resources for Election Day
By CYNTHIA MARTINEZ, ESTEBAN ROMAN, JACK FEELEY, KRISTOFER RIOS and SANTIAGO WILLS
Voting is not as simple as it could be, which is why we've rounded up some resources to help you cast your ballot on Election Day.
1. To learn what you will need to cast a ballot in your state, go here.
2. Election Protection is working nationwide to prevent voter intimidation and to provide voters with information. They run a year-round hotline that operates in both English and Spanish during election season. Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for English or 1-888-Ve-Y-VOTA for Spanish. They also have a downloadable app on their website and in the iTunes Store.
3. Numerous national and local organizations are available to offer voter information, from where your polling location is to what ID is required, and to help you if you experience voter intimidation.
These organizations run hotlines in English and Spanish, and they will be monitoring the elections for any voter intimidation. If you experience any problems, please report them.
Click on the option for English or Spanish, then your state in the interactive map below to learn which local organizations are available to help.