Voting is one of the most important parts to any successful democracy. Voting is your chance to create the change you wish to see in the world. For Americans, voting is easy and registering to vote is even easier. All U.S. Citizens that are aged 18 years and older should register to vote. Some states even allow 17-year-olds to vote. You will need to meet your state’s residency requirement and age requirements. Please see the State Voting Requirements listed at the bottom of this page if you need more information. Otherwise, you can register to vote right here. You can complete the voter registration form embedded below:
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How Can I Register To Vote Online?
You can register to vote online but clicking the button below. It will link you to the voter registration form for your state. Registering to vote online is easy. Click the link and register to vote in minutes!
How Can I Register To Vote in Person?
It is often possible to register to vote in person at a public facility. Your local state or territory election office should be able to help you register to vote in person. Start by contacting your local State or local voter registration or election offices. Additionally, many department of motor vehicles can assist with registering to vote in person. Lastly, you may find an Armed services recruitment centers near you that will allow you to complete the voter registration process in person.
How Can I Register to Vote Overseas?
If you are outside the U.S., you can get information online from the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) or call an international FVAP hotline.
How Can I Register to Vote in Other Languages?
The National Mail Voter Registration Form will allow voters to cast their vote in the following languages: Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. You may also request a Voter’s Guide. A Voter’s Guide includes information on registering to vote. They are available in Cherokee, Dakota, Navajo, and Yupik, as well as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.
What Are Voter Registration Deadlines and Requirements?
With the exception of North Dakota, all states require voters to register before you can cast your vote. Registration deadlines vary from state to state as some states close registration 30 days before the election. Some states others voters to register up to Election Day. Most states require identification to be presented at the polling place. Many states also have certain requirements for ex-felons regarding wait times and voting rights. You should check with your state election requirements for more information.