Tuesday, Sept. 22nd is National Voter Registration Day! Find out if you are registered to vote and the location of your polling place (many local sites have changed!), register online, and more – at the Michigan Voter Information Center from the Michigan Secretary of State.
For more voting information, see the 2020Vote! Subject Guide.
Still need info on your ballot, candidate stances, or where and how you can vote?
The League of Women Voters’ election website, VOTE411.org, is a one-stop shop for everything you need to develop your election plan. This is a non-partisan site that will show what your ballot contains – and more.
Become a more informed citizen – learn about the Electoral College without all the partisan rhetoric. The National Archives gives easy-to-understand answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
FiveThirtyEight is another website you don’t want to miss. “Named after the total number of electors in the Electoral College, statistician Nate Silver rose to fame during the 2008 primary election, when Silver garnered praise for his predictions about the Democratic Primary race. Silver continues to publish his predictions for political races across the United States. Silver does not rely on polling information alone; rather, he incorporates multiple polls and weighs polling data with demographic information that indicates who is likely to vote.” (The Scout Report — Volume 22, Number 42)
By Marcia Lee
Well the day has arrived – the day to decide our nation’s fate for the next four years, it’s Election Day! This is your final reminder from us here at the library to go out and exercise your right and wear your “I voted today” sticker proudly! Below is some final information to help lead you to where you need to go in order to vote:
Find your voter information HERE.
Check out what your ballot will look like HERE.
For voting frequently asked questions CLICK HERE.
Once that final ballot is counted and the winner is determined, there is no more that can be done and we will have to stand together as a country, accepting whomever is chosen through our democratic system to be our President. Being informed and exercising your right to vote is the best way to create change, so be sure to voice your opinion through your ballot today!