for RI Voters
Registering to vote is an effective way to exercise your equality as a citizen and to support your belief in marriage equality — by choosing to vote for those who will fight for us at the RI State House and in Congress on the federal level. After Election Day, it’s important to keep in contact with your elected representatives.
Registering to vote in Rhode Island is an easy process. We’ve outlined the basic rules and regulations, and provided a few helpful links to get you started. Go »
Find out where to vote, when to vote, and what to do if you need to vote absentee or have other special circumstances. Go »
Elected officials focus on constituent contact because it helps direct their voting behavior. They want to know who supports an issue, how many voters support it, why they support it and how it will impact their district. Go »