Find Your Polling Place + Make Your Voter Plan

Primary: Wednesday, September 12th (date changed due to religious holiday).

Find Your Polling Place and Make Your Voting Plan

Primary: Wednesday, September 12th (date changed due to religious holiday).

Enter your address to find your polling place and see the candidates running in your area.

Take a Few Minutes to Create Your Plan Now

  • See all federal, state, and municipal candidates that will appear on your ballot
  • Find your polling place
  • Choose a convenient time to vote
  • Email or print your ballot
  • Set up email and/or text reminders

Enter your address to find your polling place and see the candidates running in your area.

Take a Few Minutes to Create Your Plan Now

  • See all federal, state, and municipal candidates that will appear on your ballot
  • Find your polling place
  • Choose a convenient time to vote
  • Email or print your ballot
  • Set up email and/or text reminders

RICAGV Endorses Gun Safety Champions for 2018

Our endorsed candidates will continue to fight for common-sense gun safety reforms that are backed by research, evidence and recommendations from public health and safety experts.

We can also count on them to stand up to the political bossses at the State House to champion policies that exemplify Democratic values, including reproductive rights, worker’s rights, fair pay for women, a $15 minimum wage, affordable and accessible healthcare, protecting our environment, improving our schools, and more. 

All Endorsed Candidates

Voting in Rhode Island

Bring Your ID

Poll workers will ask you to show a photo ID when you vote at your polling place. IDs must be valid and cannot have expired, but they do not need to have your current address. See acceptable forms of ID.

No eligible voter will be turned away; registered voters without their ID can vote using a standard provisional ballot, which will be counted if their signature matches the signature on their voter registration card.

Election Dates

Party Primaries – Wednesday, September 12th
(Must be registered to vote by August 13th)

General Election – Tuesday, November 6th
(Must be registered to vote by October 7th)

You can check/update your voter record; you can also register online.

Vote By Mail

Rhode Island allows no excuse mail ballot voting. You can download an application or request one by phone or mail; you can drop off or mail your ballot to your local Board of Canvassers.

Polling Place Hours

Polls are open in all RI cities and towns from 7 am until 8 pm for the Party Primaries and the General Election.

Voting in Rhode Island just got a lot easier!

In only minutes you can create your ballot, voting plan and reminders.

Voting in Rhode Island just got a lot easier!

In only minutes you can create your ballot, voting plan and reminders.