From Mik Danger over at the Coffee and Gender blogspot, some information that may be useful to you as you prepare to cast your vote tomorrow:
If you’re transgender contact the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund between 6AM and 7PM EST. They will have lawyers staffing their hotline to respond to callers who experience discrimination on the basis of gender identity or expression at the polls. The number to call is: (646) 862-9396.
If you were convicted of a felony, and are trying to register the ACLU has a great form to fill out here. There’s also a very informative read about why folks convicted of felonies should have the right to vote re-instated. Otherwise, the ACLU recommends calling Election Protection which is below.
If you’re a voter with a disability, there are several options. Almost every state has a Disability Law Center that is providing some form of Service to voters on Election Day. However, one of the best national groups is the National Disability Rights Network. Their main page has loads of info in Spanish and English. If you experience discrimination due to your disability they urge voters to contact the people below, Election Protection. Election Protection is a national non-partisan campaign to ensure that people can vote successfully.
If you’re discriminated against in any way contact Election Protection at any time between voting hours in your state. People can call the hotline if the polls are closed when they should be open, if they are turned away for "wrong" ID, or for whatever reason they are not allowed to vote.
The number to call is 1-866-Our-Vote (which is also 1-866-687-8683).Or you can e-mail: email@example.com. Election Protection is accepting volunteers, too. You can sign up for training and a volunteer shift at their website. I’m gonna urge you to store these numbers in your cell phone or have them written down in advance of voting. These processes seem to work best if you call from the polling place.