Register to Vote
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO VOTE?Click Here to Find Out
Here's How to Find Out:
You need to be a U.S. citizen.
Learn how to become a U.S. citizen HERE.
You have to be 18+ years old on Election Day (November 8).
But if you’re 17 years old now and will be 18 on November 8, some states and parties allow you to vote in the primary. Find out if your state and political party are among them HERE.
You need to get registered in the right location.
If you’re a college student living away from home, you can vote where your family lives, or where you’re in school. CLICK HERE to help you decide where to register.
If you’ll be away from home on Election Day for another reason, you can still register under your home address. Check out the VOTE BY MAIL section in the Election Guide section.
Some states restrict the voting rights of people convicted of certain crimes.
However, in many states your voting rights can be restored. Get the details on your state’s law HERE.
It's easy! Better yet, it's fast. Register to vote below.