Voter bill of rights

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Voter bills of rights are collections of voting rights and protections adopted in many states. While they vary greatly by state, they often include basic information on voting eligibility, where a person can vote, privacy, right to assistance, and right to report illegal activity at the polls. To see a current state voter bill of rights, click here for California’s, here for Texas’, or consult with the secretary of state’s office for the voter bill of rights of a specific state.

[Last updated in August of 2021 by the Wex Definitions Team]