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What Information Can Be Found in Elections and Voting Records?

Citizen voter registration records are typically maintained through the department of licensing at the county or state level, and are subject to a certain amount of restriction. However, items such as poll books, precinct lists, and other current lists of registered voters are considered public record and may be available for public inspection or copying, though this can vary by state. Specific information on how an individual citizen voted in any election is not publicly available, though you can find out if a specific individual voted in a particular election. You can also find broader election and voting statistics within public records. In addition, an archive of the voting records of United States legislators is also kept on record and available for public review at the national and state levels.
The type of information that you can find in election and voting records includes:

Voter Registration Records

  • Name
  • Address
  • Date of birth
  • Party affiliation
  • Date of affiliation and registration
  • Polling locations

How to Conduct an Election and Voting Records Search?

Voter records are most frequently maintained at the county or state level, though the availability of such information can vary accordingly. To obtain access to such records, contact:

  • The relevant elections and voting office in the region you are interested in. Most offer access to voting records either online or by written request to allow individuals to check voter status including provisional or absentee ballot status, lookup polling place location for a specific address.

Election and Voting Records Resource Links

Project Vote Smart - This public interest group provides the voting record of elected government officials on past legislation.

U.S. Census Bureau Voting and Registration - Composite information on reported voting and registration by principal demographics.

Voting and Elections - Information provided by the U.S. Government designed to assist citizens with registration and voting.

U.S. Electoral College - Hosted by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, this site provides information on the U.S. Electoral College, past votes, and other voting resources.

Federal Election Commission - This office administers and enforces the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) which oversees public funding of Presidential and Congressional elections.

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Prominent Records for Election and Voting

Colorado Public Records - Campaign Contributions Edit

TRACER (Transparency in Contribution and Expenditure Reporting) is the public disclosure website for campaign finances that tracks and reports election campaign contribution and expenditures. Search this system to find detailed financial information and related records on political candidates and committees.

Physical Address:
Department of State Elections and Voting 1700 Broadway, Suite 200 Denver, Colorado 80290
Contact: P: 303.894.2200 ext. 6307 F: 303.869.4861

Social Links:

Colorado Public Records - Elections Division Edit

The Secretary of State's Office oversees voting and elections within the state of Colorado. Find voter information online, get election results, candidate information or find elections calendars. Also register to vote, request mail-in ballots, or locate your regional county clerk online through this office. For candidates, get information on laws, rules and advisories. See election result archives or track initiatives through resources provided on this site.

Physical Address:
Department of State Elections and Voting 1700 Broadway, Suite 200 Denver, Colorado 80290
Contact: P: 303.894.2200 ext. 6307 F: 303.869.4861 E: elections@sos.state.co.us

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Indiana Public Records - Elections Division Edit

The Indiana Secretary of State oversees the State's Elections Division, which is responsible for monitoring and ensuring that state and federal elections are conducted in a fair and just manner. Find online services such as election results, photo ID requirements, voter registration, absentee ballot registration, and forms. Learn where to register, how to obtain voter information, and how to vote by absentee ballot. Locate vote centers, statistics, and maps. Find candidate information and resou

Physical Address:
Elections Division 302 West Washington Street Room E-204 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Contact: P: 317.232.3939 F: 317.233.6793 E: elections@iec.in.gov

Iowa Public Records - Elections Division Edit

The Iowa Secretary of State is responsible for overseeing the State's Elections Division. Here, voters, candidates, and county auditors can find information pertaining to voting and elections. Voter information includes absentee voting, tracking absentee ballots, voter registration, college voter information, military and overseas voting, and precinct and polling place locators. Candidate information includes general election information, soliciting voter registrations and absentee requests, pr

Physical Address:
Secretary of State Elections Division First Floor, Lucas Building 321 E. 12th St. Des Moines, Iowa 50319
Contact: P: 515.281.0145 F: 515.281.4682 E: sos@sos.state.ia.us

Minnesota Public Records - Elections Division Edit

The Minnesota Secretary of State offers residents access to the Elections Division. Here you can find voter information including registration, voting locations, absentee ballots and voting, military and overseas voting, and other voter information. Find election information such as redistricting, election results, election dates, and candidate filings. Candidates can find resources for filing for office, handouts and forms, and campaign finance. Learn about election law, find election guides,

Physical Address:
Office of the Secretary of State Elections Division 180 State Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155-1299
Contact: P: 651.215.1440 F: 651.296.9073 E: elections.dept@state.mn.us

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