iFarmiVote 2024

Farm Bureau’s iFarmiVote election resource provides comprehensive information for the 2024 election cycle, including tools and resources to check your voting status, polling location, absentee ballot procedures, and candidate profiles. Given the evolving landscape of election procedures influenced by the outcomes of the 2020 and 2022 elections, our goal is to ensure you have the tools you need before heading to the polls.


My vote is important to make sure I have the best representation for agriculture on my farm, so I VOTE.

— Renee McPherson, North Carolina Farm Bureau

Voting allows me to have a voice in protecting and enhancing my farm and business.

— Renee Wilson, Maryland Farm Bureau

It is a privilege, honor, and responsibility to VOTE. Our freedom to farm comes with that responsibility. If we don't VOTE, it means we don't care about our representation.

— Judy Bare, North Carolina Farm Bureau

Frequently Asked Questions

  • A presidential election cycle is the process leading up to the presidential election. It encompasses primaries, caucuses, party conventions, campaigning, and, ultimately, the election of a new president.

  • During a primary election registered members of a political party vote on their party's candidate for the presidency. Primaries are held before each party’s convention.

  • A caucus is a localized meeting where party members discuss and select their preferred presidential candidate. It differs from a primary, which is a secret ballot vote. Caucuses tend to involve more open discussion.

  • U.S. citizens who are at least 18 years old and meet state residency requirements are generally eligible to vote. Some states also allow 17-year-olds to vote in primary elections if they are 18 by the general election.

  • You can register to vote by completing a voter registration form, which can often be done online, by mail or in person at designated locations. Registration deadlines vary by state. In the form below, please enter your state-issued information to find out how to register to vote in your state or to access your voter information.

  • Identification requirements vary by state. Some states require a form of identification, while others allow voters to sign an affidavit affirming their identity. Check your state's requirements.

  • Early voting allows eligible voters to cast their ballots in person before Election Day. The availability, dates and locations for early voting vary by state and county. By entering your state-issued information in the form below, you will be able to find out if early voting is available in your state.

  • Voting by mail, or absentee voting, allows eligible voters to cast their ballots by mail. You typically need to request an absentee ballot, and each state has its own rules and deadlines for this process. Enter your state-issued information in the form below to find out what the absentee ballot rules are in your state.

  • You can find your polling place by visiting your state's election website or using online tools like the "Polling Place Locator."

  • Yes, members of the U.S. military and U.S. citizens living abroad can vote through absentee ballot. There are procedures for military and overseas voters to ensure their ballots are counted.

State Resources

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