What do you want voters to know about voting in your state?



So, speaking of voting — it’s different in every state.

And a lot of states have strange or counterintuitive rules. Not all of the rules are well know 

Workers at the polls may not know all of the rules, or may tell voters misleading things. It’s very important to know your rights.

I only know about a couple of states. I suspect that a lot of y’all know things that I don’t.

So, what do you want voters to know about how voting works in your state? What do people need to know in order to effectively exercise their right to vote?

a-ship-of-meat-and-bone said:

In Virginia you can vote early! Here’s the list of reasons: http://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/

Note that working outside of your city or county is one of them!