Am I registered?
Don’t remember if you’re registered to vote? Worried your name was removed from the voter rolls? It’s always a good idea to check your registration status. The process is quick and easy, so check now!
I need to register.
Vote.org is a guided registration website made to help you register to vote and apply for absentee ballots in minutes. Whenever you’re ready, start the process below!
Q: What information do I need to register to vote?
A: For most states, you need an address (cannot a PO box) and either a valid driver’s license number or a social security number. When you register through Vote.org, you will be taken through your state’s specific requirements.
Q: What if I don’t have a driver’s license or a social security number?
A: For most states, you are still able to register by indicating on the form that you have neither identification numbers. Some states may require additional documentation.
Q: Where should I register to vote?
A: You can use either your home address or your Williams mailbox address, and request an absentee ballot for each election while you’re at school. If you can’t decide on which, it’s a good idea to consider these questions: Is your home state a swing state? How easy is it to obtain an absentee ballot from your home state compared to Massachusetts? Do you need/want to change your registered address after graduation? In general, we recommend registering using your home address – please reach out if you have any questions about this!
Q: What is an absentee ballot and how is it different from registering to vote?
A: Voting with an absentee ballot allows you to cast a vote for the elections relevant to your home address while you are unable or unwilling to vote in person. For most states, you must request an absentee ballot before every election.
Q: How and when should I request an absentee ballot?
A: The deadlines and processes to request an absentee ballot are different for each state (and are different from the registration deadlines as well). When you register through Vote.org, you will be walked through your state’s specific requirements, or if you would like to learn more, navigate to the first section in our resources page for the most up-to-date information.
Check out the Resources page to learn more about any questions you may have.
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