Voting Address Issues
In our 'Voting Address Issues' category, we take a closer look at the questions raised by voters when traditional definitions of an "address" don't quite apply to them.
The stories in this category illuminate the various circumstances that make it difficult to determine a voting address. While you may not be physically present at your voting address during an election, it is the address which determines your voting jurisdiction, your associated election office, and where your ballot will be counted. Voting address questions come up for individuals who move often, for those who may lack a permanent residence, and for those who relocate internationally.
Here you can discover the personal narratives of voters who have worked through their address issues. We reflect on the importance of ensuring every citizen's voice is heard, regardless of their transient or unconventional living situations.