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USAGov Answers FAQs About Voting

The coronavirus pandemic makes the 2020 election season different than any before it. And it’s leaving a lot of people looking for information on how, where, and when to cast their vote.

USAGov Answers FAQs About Voting2020-10-08T14:09:28-06:00

USAGov’s Quick Guide to Voting in 2020

Election Day 2020 is just about six weeks away. With voter registration deadlines approaching soon, it’s time to make sure you’re ready.

USAGov’s Quick Guide to Voting in 20202020-09-16T14:08:41-06:00

Online Safety in the Age of Digital Learning

Children in 2020 have different levels of experience with technology. Regardless of their expertise, prepare to discuss online safety with them. Consider the following tips from USAGov when teaching kids about staying safe online.

Online Safety in the Age of Digital Learning2020-09-02T14:08:52-06:00

Seven Tips to Stay Prepared for the 2020 Hurricane Season

The 2020 hurricane season lasts until November 30. According to the predictions of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this season may be more active than previous years.

Seven Tips to Stay Prepared for the 2020 Hurricane Season2020-08-25T14:11:50-06:00

USAGov’s Five Tips for Reporting a Scam

Scammers target millions of Americans every year, and anyone can fall victim to their deceptive tricks. Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received over 3 million reports of fraud.

USAGov’s Five Tips for Reporting a Scam2020-08-05T14:09:56-06:00

Get Help Paying Your Bills With USAGov

If you have a low income or are experiencing financial hardship, federal government benefit programs may be able to help you pay for food, housing, health care, and other expenses.

Get Help Paying Your Bills With USAGov2020-07-16T14:08:39-06:00