A lot of folks have shed a lot of sweat for us to have the right to vote.
Here’s how to find the polling locations in your state using either a voter lookup application or other information at your Secretary of State (or Commonwealth) website.
I was surprised (and saddened) to learn that not all states have a voter lookup tool. Lots of state voting websites fail to clearly answer (sometimes, fail to even articulate) the question: Where do I go to vote? or Where is my polling place?
Find your state voter lookup application or your state website focused on voter information.
Photo: 1920 Democratic convention. Left to right, seated: Miss Dortch of Tennessee; Mrs. Richard Edwards. Left to right, standing: Mary McDowell of Chicago, Adah Bush of Indiana, Patty Jacobs, Mrs. Maud Wood Park, Mrs. Simmons of Portland, Oregon, Mrs. James Paige of Minneapolis. League of Women Voters Archive.