Resources

Check out the following links to learn more about everything you need to know for your turn at the polling station. With the current tumultuous changes shifting our voting system, stay up to date with necessary steps to cast your ballot.

Updated Voting Policies

Vote.org

From checking your registration to locating polling stations to requesting absentee ballots, all information is readily available and easy to navigate.

Where to Register as a College Student

Don’t know if you want to register with your home address or your college address? Here are some factors to consider.

Your Guide to Voting During the Pandemic

A thorough explanation of all the factors you might consider as you get ready to vote this year.

A Guide to Voting as a College Student

Concerned about how to register and vote as a college student? Start here with answers to a few commonly asked questions.

Voting Importance

Why Student Voters Matter

Learn about the importance of the student vote and about the crucial role you play.

9 Reasons We Need Young Voters More than Ever

Regardless of who you vote for, express your voice for any side of the discussion.

Why Should You Vote?

Pick up more reasons to ensure that your vote gets counted in November.

Presidential Election Process

A quick recap of the steps involved in the presidential election process in America.

Candidates AND ISSUES

What’s On My Ballot?

Get prepped for the upcoming election by finding out who’s on your ballot at the local, state, and federal levels. Learn about their stances beforehand so you can make informed decisions.

Personalized Voting Information

Enter your address to see what’s on your ballot, check your registration status, locate your nearest polling stations, and find out about any upcoming debates.

nOTARY

Where Can I Find a Notary On Campus?

There is a notary at TD Bank on Spring Street who may choose to charge a small fee for the service.

If you have any further questions, worries, or comments, contact us at ephvotes@williams.edu. We’ll try our best to help you, or if we can’t, we’ll direct you to someone who can.

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