Civic Engagement

Don’t Forget to Vote

Your voice matters! Make your voice heard. Start by making a plan to vote and VOTE!  #HMCVotes

How to Track Your Ballot

It is important to vote! If you voted via mail-in-ballot, remember you can track your ballot. Check out your state websites to find out how to track your ballot. If you reside in CA, track your ballot at Ballot Status.  #HMCVotes

Know Your Rights

Being informed about your rights will help make sure your voice is heard. Did you know that if you make a mistake on your ballot, you can request a new one? Do you know there are ASL resources and protection rights for all? To learn more, visit our website.

Voter Guide

#VoteReady: Getting registered is the first step, but once you’ve done that, what’s next? We’re here to help with some resources for not just getting registered, but also getting ready to vote and have your voice heard. Learn what’s on your ballot in your community

Register to Vote

You can register to vote Vote.gov

Online registration is available for 40 states plus the District of Columbia. Find out about voter registration deadlines by state, voting times and locations, whether or not you’re eligible to register, and more. Visit Voting in Your State for more information.

Check Your Voter Registration

Make sure your registration is up to date now. You can check Can I Vote and click “voter registration status.”

Mail-In Voting Information

Mail-in ballots that meet eligibility and validity requirements are counted in every election. The law requires all valid votes to be counted in every election regardless of how they are cast. State laws vary on how voters can cast ballots. Generally, voters can cast ballots in person during early voting or on Election Day, or through the mail. Voting by mail is also known as “absentee” voting.

Voters must be registered to vote to request and cast a mail-in ballot. You can check your voter registration status at Can I Vote.