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Is it illegal to ask someone who voted for You?
There’s no law preventing someone from asking you who you voted for. How do I report voter fraud or voter suppression? If you suspect voter fraud, report it to your state or territorial election office. You can also report it to: Is Voting Mandatory in the United States?
How often do you need to update your Voter registration card?
Most jurisdictions are required to issue voter registration cards every few years that show the name, address, polling place, and in some cases, the party affiliation of each voter. Make sure your voter registration card is up to date, and bring it with you when you plan to vote.
What happens to your Voter registration when you move?
If you move or are temporarily away, you may maintain your voter registration at that address until you register to vote elsewhere. If you have a nontraditional address, such as a motor home or transitional housing, your voting residence is the physical location at the time you register to vote.
Are there limits on how much you can contribute to a candidate?
Federal law also lets you bring someone to help you if you can’t read or write. Federal law puts limits on campaign contributions to candidates for president and Congress. It requires the candidates to report all the money their campaigns receive and spend. How Much Can You Contribute to a Candidate for Federal Office?
Are there any restrictions on the number of electors?
This prohibition relates to the post-Civil War era. Each State’s Certificates of Ascertainment confirms the names of its appointed electors. A State’s certification of its electors is generally sufficient to establish the qualifications of electors. Who selects the electors?
Who is disqualified from serving as an elector?
As a historical matter, the 14th Amendment provides that State officials who have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States or given aid and comfort to its enemies are disqualified from serving as electors. This prohibition relates to the post-Civil War era.
Can a faithless elector be replaced by a substitute Elector?
Some State laws provide that so-called “faithless electors” may be subject to fines or may be disqualified for casting an invalid vote and be replaced by a substitute elector. The Supreme Court decided (in 2020) that States can enact requirements on how electors vote.