Voting and election laws
Learn how campaign contribution limits, accessibility rules, and other federal election laws help protect your voting rights and the election process.
Voter ID requirements
Each state sets its own voter ID rules. And most require voters to bring identification to vote in person. Know the voter ID laws in your state before going to the polls.
Is voting mandatory in the U.S.?
In the U.S., no one is required by law to vote in any local, state, or presidential election.
Voter fraud, voter suppression, and other election crimes
If you witness or suspect election crimes, you can report them. Learn where to report voter fraud and voting rights violations.
Voting rights laws and constitutional amendments
Federal laws govern voting rights. Learn about the laws and how they protect your rights and make it easier for you to vote.
Voter accessibility laws
Learn about voter accessibility laws. Get accommodations for disabilities and language barriers.
Federal campaign finance laws
Federal law puts limits on campaign contributions to candidates for president and Congress. Learn about contribution limits and campaign financial reporting rules.