Elections are coming up this year and every state has a different set of equally confusing rules and regulations regarding voter registration.
This thread serves as a meeting place for anyone who needs help finding their voter office information, their state's rules, or how to make sure that your vote will count in November.
A few rules:
1) No politics. No talking about who you are voting for. No urging people to vote a certain way. No linking of partisan sites that "assist" with voting.
2) No judgement for knowledge or lack of knowledge about our voting system. We are here to help and only help!
3) No posts about how you are not voting because our system is run by snake people.
4) No civics or bureaucratic lectures on the election process itself.The easiest way to figure out if you have already registered is to call your county voter board or office and just ask them to verify your current address and that you are registered. It takes three minutes tops.
Here are a few websites:https://vote.usa.gov/
A federally operated web portal that will take you to your state's online registration if you have it.http://www.canivote.org/
A web portal that will tell you if you are registered to vote in your state.https://www.fvap.gov/citizen-voter
A web portal for Americans overseas and military members that wish to vote.Register as early as you can. Many states have new voter deadlines.
Feel free to ask any questions in this thread regarding voting and how to get registered to vote! Any and all questions are welcomed and encouraged.
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