Since America was founded it has been said that an educated populace is necessary to maintain a functioning democracy. That is why we at AT&T have brought you VoterHub, a non-partisan clearinghouse for information on the 2012 election season, and future elections, in all 50 states.

    Using VoterHub, you can, in English or en Espanol.:

    * check voter registration status
    * register to vote
    * register online in jurisdictions where it is permitted
    * find out what the deadlines are for registering
    * have forms mailed to you
    * find out voter ID requirements
    * save a sample ballot of your intended votes
    * find out when early voting begins
    * find out when vote-by-mail/absentee voting begins
    * find out about military and overseas voting
    * find your local polling place
    * view your state's election calendar
    * receive alerts as reminders on key dates, results
    * find out who is on the ballot, down to state legislative races
    * find detailed information on each candidate, including polling information and ratings on key issues
    * find out about ballot initiatives
    * discuss issues
    * share content through social media
    * use ""I Voted"" check-in through foursquare
    * read the latest election news from The Associated Press
    * view educational and entertaining videos related to elections and issues
    * listen to music by artists promoting the importance of voting and participating in the election process
    * view countdown to election

    Voter Registration forms: Rock The Vote, TurboVote
    Polling locations: Secretaries of State, Voting Information Project, Google Election Center
    Voting information: Secretaries of State, Vote Smart
    Polls: Pollster
    Media: Rock The Vote, Khan Academy

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