Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Not home to cast your ballot? Check out Google Politics and Elections

Are you away from your home during the election? Whether you are away from home for work, school, personal, or professional reasons you can still vote. Note that the deadlines are based on publicly available information. Please contact your local election office to confirm.

Google Politics and Elections and their partners at TurboVote provide an opportunity for you to register to vote, vote by mail, or sign up for reminders via SMS or email. 

If you are a uniformed service member, family, or citizen living outside the U.S., you may have different deadlines. Visit the Federal Voting Assistance site for more information.

Another site, canIvote.org is maintained by the National Association of Secretaries of State, the nation's oldest, nonpartisan professional association for public officials. Our members are the chief state election officials in 39 states. NASS would like to extend special thanks to Kansas.gov for hosting this site.

In addition to helping you vote when you are not at home, you can find more information than you ever wanted to know about the candidates, issues, Trends, Insights, YouTube Live, Voter Info, Primary Results, Politics on Google+, The Campaign on YouTube, and More Election Resources.

So whether you are an autodidact, community organizer, the family guru, knowledge sharing passionista, the local SME (subject matter expert), a curious lurk and learner, or whatever label you wear today check out Google Politics and Elections where everyone can learn something about Politics and Elections



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