How do I know where to vote?

When you register to vote, you will receive a precinct card approximately 2 weeks after your form is processed. It indicates your polling place as well as which Congressional, State House and Senate, Commission, School Board and City District in which you reside.

If you have misplaced this card, you can find out your polling place either by accessing the Secretary of State’s website or by calling 888-265-1115.

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1. Where do I go to vote?
2. What are the acceptable forms of ID that must be presented to vote?
3. How often do I need to register to vote?
4. I just moved, Do I have to change my voter registration?
5. Where can I pick up the form to register to vote?
6. Can I vote by absentee ballot?
7. What identification do I need to register to vote?
8. School is in session; do I vote at the same place?
9. Can I vote at any polling place on Election Day?
10. Who is my representative?
11. I just got my driver's license; why am I not registered to vote?
12. How can I get an absentee ballot?
13. How do I know where to vote?
14. I heard that I can absentee vote for no reason. Is this true?
15. I heard that I can advance vote. Where do I go for that?