If you see:
- Voter harassment,
- Long lines (more than 45 min to an hour wait),
- Someone blocking large numbers of parking spaces,
- Someone trying to enforce ID "requirements" that don't exist,
- Someone trying to tell people that they won't be able to vote, because the line is too long
- Other voting suppression incidents
Call 1-866-our-vote for the national lawyers' for civil rights hotlineEach organization is tracking incidents, triaging, prioritizing, and providing legal assistance to voters.
Find the hotline number for your state's OFA legal field team:
In NH only, if you see signs, posters, flyers, etc. that provide incorrect info (such as the wrong polling date or location), get a photo, email it to:
NOTE: Take photos zoomed in on the sign, do NOT include people's faces in the photos.
6:35 AM PT: For NY state incidents:
New York Democratic Lawyers Council, NY State's voter protection project, at:
(from Dave G. in the comments)