Voter Hotline and Other Elections Resources
Advancing Justice | AAJC and APIA Vote run a hotline where voters can get answers to their questions about voting and receive assistance in nine Asian languages. Call 1-888-API-VOTE or 1-888-274-8683 for assistance.
Have questions or need help voting? Call 1-888-API-VOTE (1-888-274-8683).
Bilingual assistance is available in English, Mandarin (普通話), Cantonese (廣東話), Korean (한국어), Vietnamese (tiếng Việt), Tagalog, Urdu (اردو), Hindi (हिंदी), and Bengali/Bangla (বাংলা).
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC and APIA Vote run the 1-888-API-VOTE hotline, where voters can get assistance and have questions answered about voting and the elections. In the weeks leading up to the General Election, this hotline will be live. Throughout the rest of the year, calls to the hotline will be answered within 24 hours.
Other Elections Resources
- Translated National Mail Voter Registration form: You can use the National Mail Voter Registration Form to register to vote, to update registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address or to register with a political party. The form is available in:
- 国家邮件选民登记表 -- Chinese
- 国立メール有権者登録フォーム -- Japanese
- 전국 우편 유권자 등록 양식 -- Korean
- National Mail Form ng Pagpaparehistro ng Botante -- Tagalog
- Mẫu đăng ký quốc gia Thư cử tri -- Vietnamese
- राष्ट्रीय डाक मतदाता पंजीकरण फॉर्म - Hindi
- জাতীয় ডাক ভোটার নিবন্ধন ফরম - Bengali
- ទម្រង់បែបបទនៃការចុះឈ្មោះអ្នកបោះឆ្នោតថ្នាក់ជាតិ - Khmer
- Voter’s Guide to Federal Elections: The EAC voter's guide is designed to help voters successfully navigate the federal elections process, from registering to vote to casting a ballot on Election Day. In addition to the basics of ballot-casting, it also includes information on eligibility and early voting, as well as the registration and voting process for military and civilians living abroad, and polling place services that make voting more accessible. The guide is available in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese
- Voting in Federal Elections FAQs: The EAC’s fact sheet answers 14 common questions from citizens about voting in Federal elections.The guide is available in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and English.
State Specific Information: Visit the APIAVote website to learn more about election information in your state.
Common Cause is running the “Our Democracy 2018” campaign to make sure voters know candidates’ positions on the democracy issues that matter to all Americans. Common Cause is asking every candidate for U.S. Congress 18 simple yes-or-no questions about important pro-democracy reforms as well as surveys to candidates in multiple state legislative and executive races, to go on the record about issues like money in politics, voting rights, gerrymandering, and ethics in government. The questionnaire includes 18 important questions on campaign finance, ethics, voting rights, redistricting, the 2020 Census, and Net Neutrality.
You can search your address at Our Democracy 2018 to see if and how your federal and state candidates have responded and urge them to go on the record with one-click email, twitter or phone call directly to the campaign. We know from experience when voters call their candidates to respond, the candidates do.