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The Voting Information Project (VIP) provides free tools that give voters easy access to voting information, such as where to vote and what’s on the ballot. A range of public and private sector entities have driven user traffic through these tools. Read More
The Voting Information Project (VIP) continues to expand its support of state and local elections this year. As it did during the 2016 general election, VIP will provide critical information, such as polling place locations and ballot information, to voters who will cast ballots in at least 27 elections across 21 states this November, including the gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia,... Read More
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