Register To Vote

REGISTER

YOU CAN REGISTER IN TWO MINUTES RIGHT HERE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CHECK OUT OUR FAQ’S BELOW.

CONSIDER THESE:

What is your social security number? You’ll need it to register;

Find your social security number here: https://secure.ssa.gov/

Have your state issued ID ready. This is usually your Driver’s License but it could be be a passport. Check ID Requirements here

If you are a student going to school or living away from home use your away address so that you can vote where you actually live.

Find out  here if you are living in one of the 37 states that allow voting by mail.

If you are 18 years old and an American citizen you can register to vote by November 6! Check out these frequently asked questions for more information:

FAQ’s

By law, you are allowed to vote in either your home state or the state where you attend school BUT you cannot be registered in two states at once. If you would rather register where you can to school, you are free to do so as long as you have temporary or permanent residency there.

Some states have restrictions on the voting rights for felons. Click here to check the status of your state’s laws on voting rights for felons.

There is a lot of debate about the ethics of voter ID laws. Different states have different regulations and laws about what sort of identification you need in order to vote. But in general you will need a state-issued form of ID, such as a driver’s license or a passport. Check here to find your state voter ID requirements https://www.headcount.org/voter-id/

YES! You do not necessarily need a street address in order to prove residency in a state. You can provide your local government with the street address of a park or even a street corner as your address if you do not have another option.

This varies state by state. There are some states that allow you to register on the same day as Election Day but this is NOT THE CASE WITH ALL STATES. In order to be sure, register at least 30 days ahead of election day if you can. Check your local state government website in order to be sure about the the deadlines for registering to vote in your state https://www.vote.org/voter-registration-deadlines/.

In some states, yes. You can learn more here

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REGISTER

YOU CAN REGISTER IN TWO MINUTES RIGHT HERE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CHECK OUT OUR FAQ’S BELOW.

CONSIDER THESE:

What is your social security number? You’ll need it to register;

Find your social security number here: https://secure.ssa.gov/

Have your state issued ID ready. This is usually your Driver’s License but it could be be a passport. Check ID Requirements
here
If you are a student going to school or living away from home use your away address so that you can vote where you actually live.

Find out here if you are living in one of the 37 states that allow voting by mail.

If you are 18 years old and an American citizen you can register to vote by November 6! Check out these frequently asked questions for more information:

FAQ’s

By law, you are allowed to vote in either your home state or the state where you attend school BUT you cannot be registered in two states at once. If you would rather register where you can to school, you are free to do so as long as you have temporary or permanent residency there.

Some states have restrictions on the voting rights for felons. Click here to check the status of your state’s laws on voting rights for felons.

There is a lot of debate about the ethics of voter ID laws. Different states have different regulations and laws about what sort of identification you need in order to vote. But in general you will need a state-issued form of ID, such as a driver’s license or a passport. Check here to find your state voter ID requirements https://www.headcount.org/voter-id/

YES! You do not necessarily need a street address in order to prove residency in a state. You can provide your local government with the street address of a park or even a street corner as your address if you do not have another option.

This varies state by state. There are some states that allow you to register on the same day as Election Day but this is NOT THE CASE WITH ALL STATES. In order to be sure, register at least 30 days ahead of election day if you can. Check your local state government website in order to be sure about the the deadlines for registering to vote in your state https://www.vote.org/voter-registration-deadlines/.

In some states, yes. You can learn more here

NEXT:CAST YOUR CANDIDATES