FOR VOTERS Check your Status

Tips:

  • Make sure your name is entered exactly as you submitted it on your registration form (for example, “Steven” vs. “Steve” or “Gabe” vs. “Gabriel”).
  • If you have recently moved and have not submitted a voter registration form with your new address, your registration is probably listed under your previous address. You can update your address by submitting a new voter registration form.
  • Voter registration data is public information. You can search to see if your family, friends and co-workers are registered to vote. If they aren’t registered, use our Spread the Word tools to encourage your via Facebook, Twitter and email to vote.

What do the Symbols Mean?


Green check mark: Congratulations, you are registered! Next, encourage your family and friends to check their status, learn Biblical reasons to vote or sign up to receive email reminders to vote by filling out the fields in the “Sign Up” box at the top of this page.

Red X: Hmm, we don’t see a registration for you, but that doesn’t mean you’re not registered. First, make sure your name is entered exactly as you have it on your registration (for example, “Steven” vs. “Steve”) and fill in just the “State” field. This will widen the search.

If we still can’t find your information, you have two options.

If you aren’t registered to vote or if you’re registered in the wrong location, fill out a voter registration form.

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