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Virtual Display Case: Voting and Voter's Rights

A virtual library resource, updated monthly.

Presidential/General Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

In a democratic society, voting is one of the most powerful tools we have as Americans to enact the changes we want to see. It's vital to our democracy that we all exercise our right to vote.

Check with your home state's election office for guidance on registering, applying for an absentee ballot, voting early, and polling places.

Become a Paid Poll Worker

Sign up to be a paid poll worker!

"Elections can’t happen without poll workers. And most poll workers are older and at a higher risk of complications from Covid...Now is the time for young people across America to step up, serve our country, and make sure the 2020 election is a success." -, 10/13/2020

Poll Hero was created by students at Princeton University to respond to the significant decrease in poll workers during the 2020 primary election, which caused polling place closures and long lines to vote. Check out their website if you want to be a part of the solution.


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