What is a Voting Record?
You may have heard the term "voting record." But what is it? You may not know this, but once you've registered to vote your registration and past voting record is a public record that is available to anyone that wants to see it.
These records will contain the voter's name, the address with which the voter registered to vote, the party affiliation, and the votes cast.
To see someone's voting records all one need do is go to the County Clerk's office or the Secretary of State's office and request the records.
Some states offer a "safe at home or work" program to victims of abuse, domestic violence, stalking, or to healthcare workers that may be involved in delivering abortion services. This service will make sure the home address of any person that qualifies for the program is kept off the publicly available record.
Check with your Secretary of State's office to find out more.
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