things you need to know
HOW DO I UPDATE MY REGISTRATION?
To update your registration you must fill out a new voter registration form with the updated information. Click on your state's "Register to Vote" section for ways to do so!
HOW CAN I CHANGE MY PARTY AFFILIATION?
To change your party affiliation you must update your registration. Click on your state's "Register to Vote" section to fill out a voter registration form!
I'M A COLLEGE STUDENT, HOW CAN I VOTE?
As America's future generation it is your duty to vote! You can either register in your home state or the state in which your college resides, but not both. If you plan on voting in your home state you must sign up for a "Vote-by-mail" ballot. If registering at the state your college is in through their voting methods. Check your state for ways to vote!
WHAT IS EARLY VOTING?
Early voting is a voting option some states provide to increase voter turnout and allow voters to vote at their convenience. There are two types of early voting:
Early voting in person where you can go to your local election clerk office and vote during the early voting period.
Early vote by mail.
Click on your state to find out if your state offers early voting.
who do i vote for?
If you are unsure of the candidate to choose check out these resources to help you find a match!
does my vote count?
ABSOLUTELY. In the midterm election there is no electoral college which means every single vote does count.
things you might need to know
WHAT IS A PROVISIONAL BALLOT?
A provisional ballot is a temporary ballot that may be issued to you at the polls if :
You fail to provide proper identification
You don’t show up on the voter roster
It is not your polling place
The roster indicates that you had been issued a vote by mail and did not bring to void it.
A provisional ballot will only be counted after being verified.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ABSENTEE BALLOT AND A VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT?
An absentee ballot and a vote-by-mail are the same thing. Click on your state to find out your state’s rules on absentee voting.
I HAVE A FELONY CONVICTION, CAN I VOTE?
Individuals convicted of a felony are ineligible to vote while incarcerated, on parole, or on probation. Voting rights are automatically restored two years after the completion of all supervised release. Ex-offenders should re-register to vote.