Is there a way to see how a person voted?

March 19, 2019 Off By idswater

Is there a way to see how a person voted?

There’s no way to see how they voted.” The Secretary of State does not publish the Qualified Voter File — which, again, does not say who you voted for — but parts of it are technically public. People can get some information from the file through a Freedom of Information Act request, Wimmer said.

How can I find out how my friends voted?

How your friends voted in previous elections remains secret, but their voting histories are not. The two apps take information from public government records and make it more easily accessible. Now, instead of having to look up each of your friends to see if they’ve voted, you only need to sync your phone contacts.

Where do I go to check my voter registration status?

Visit Can I Vote and select Voter Registration Status. Go to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s Register and Vote in Your State page and select your state. Visit your state’s voter registration page on your state or local election office website. Check your registration information before your state’s deadline to register to vote.

How can I find out who I voted for in Michigan?

Take a look at a sample ballot available at the Michigan Voter Information Center — there is no space for a voter’s name, address, signature or any other information that could tie that ballot to a specific voter. Election Q&A: What if my absentee ballot return envelope signature doesn’t match the file?

What is proof of voter registration?

If you register at a Registrar of Voters office, you must bring proof of age, residency, and identity. This proof can include your driver’s license, birth certificate, or any other document that proves your age, residency, and identity.

Which states require a voter ID?

Strict voter ID laws that require photo ID: At least seven states have strict voter ID laws that require photo identification in 2014, including Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

How long are voter records kept?

Retain in the General Register electronically as long as voter remains eligible (4 Pa. Code § 183.4(c)(1) & VR-8). Retain paper records 22 months from the date of any general, special, or primary election for federal office.

How do you get a copy of your Voter registration?

To receive a duplicate voter registration card, you must make a request, in writing, to your local county election commission office. In your letter, inform your election commission that you have lost your original voter registration card.