PROTECT THE VOTE
AS A NON-PARTISAN
POLL MONITOR

This year, the Election Protection Coalition is mobilizing thousands of volunteers to help our fellow Americans navigate the voting process and cast their votes without obstruction, confusion, or intimidation. Will you sign up to be one of them?

PROTECT THE VOTE AS A NON-PARTISAN POLL MONITOR

This year, the Election Protection Coalition is mobilizing thousands of volunteers to help our fellow Americans navigate the voting process and cast their votes without obstruction, confusion, or intimidation. Will you sign up to be one of them?

Sign up to be an Election Protection volunteer

As a nonpartisan volunteer poll monitor, you will assist voters on Election Day should they encounter any problems voting.

Volunteers commit to taking at least one Election Day shift to stand outside of assigned polling location after receiving training. You will distribute “Know Your Rights” cards to voters, answer basic questions from voters at the polls, and help voters resolve any problems that occur, with the help of trained legal professionals.

Volunteers like you will be voters’ first line of defense against suppression tactics, confusing laws, outdated infrastructure, and other impediments to making themselves heard.

Sign up as an Election Protection volunteer today and we’ll reach out with all the information you need to get started.

If you have a professional legal background (like as an attorney, law student or paralegal) please click below to sign-up at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law website.

Attorneys, paralegals and law students click here to sign up.

Join Us

Help make sure every eligible voter is able to vote this November by promoting the nationwide nonpartisan Election Protection legal hotlines

If you or anyone you know encounters problems while voting, call:

English language hotline

866-OUR-VOTE

866-687-8683

Spanish language hotline

888-VE-Y-VOTA

888-839-8682

Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu and Tagalog hotline

888-API-VOTE

888-274-8683

Arabic language hotline

844-YALLA-US

844-925-5287

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