"Where Do I Vote? What's on My Ballot?"
Easy election answers from VIP
Every election, millions of Americans search for answers for basic voting questions: "Where do I vote?" "What's on my ballot?" The Voting Information Project (VIP)—a partnership between The Pew Charitable Trusts, Google, and states—has the answers.
VIP provides election data via your computer, tablet, or smartphone web to ensure more eligible Americans have the information they need to cast a ballot. In this stop-motion animation, learn how you can use VIP's tool to find your polling place and other voting information and be ready for Election Day.
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The Voting Information Project (VIP), an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, is a collaboration with the states, Google, and other private sector partners to ensure that Americans have the official information they need to cast a ballot, including where to vote and what candidates and initiatives are on the ballot. Read More
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