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Vol. 16 No. 2 — February 2008
THE 51st STATE: THE STATE OF ONLINE
Tech Tools for the American Voter and the 2008 Congressional Elections
The Tutorial
by Laura Gordon-Murnane, Information Consultant

Chapter I: Can I Vote?
HOME Chapter II: Biographical Information

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www.canivote.org
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Can I Vote?
Find out if you are registered to vote by visiting Can I Vote? (www.canivote.org) and clicking on your state. The link will take you to the voting page on your state’s Secretary of State’s Web site. Fill in the information requested — usually full name, address, date of birth, last 4 digits of Social Security Number, location (county), and ZIP code.

Need to register?
Not registered to vote? No problem. “Can I vote?” provides a form you can use to register. Fill out the form and send it to your state’s chief election official (www.canivote.org/NVRA Updated Version.pdf). The form can only be used by people living in or with an address within the United States. The League of Women Voters 411vote.org also provides a voter register tool that allows American citizens (born or naturalized) to register (https://electionimpact.votenet.com/lwv/voterreg/index.cfm). Fill out the form and send it to the election officials in your state.


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www.vote411.org/pollingplace.php
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Find your Polling Place

The League of Women Voter’s Vote411.org site has a “Find your Polling Place” page that will locate where you go to vote.

You will need to fill in your address, city, state and ZIP code. Click Go and address information for your polling place will appear.


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Laura Gordon-Murnane, an information consultant (Knowledge Net Unlimited), has an M.L.S. and works in Washington, D.C. She writes frequently on government information for Searcher. Her e-mail address is lgmurnane@yahoo.com.
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