Voting is a fundamental process in our democratic system. It is a chance for every American citizen to have a say in the people who represent them or issues that impact them. Informed voting and participating in elections is one of the responsibilities and benefits of being citizens of the United States.
Our voting process is fairly straightforward. First, an eligible citizen registers to vote, researches the candidates and issues on the ballot, looks up their polling location, then casts their ballot during the election. Some states will mail you your ballot, so you can research from home. After you register and vote, you’ll start receiving ballots with reminders to vote.
Fill out this registration form, provided by vote.org, which will send you to your correct state government registration website to finish your voter registration online. If you prefer to register by postal mail, you can print, sign and mail your registration form.
September 20, 2022 is National Voter Registration Day. As part of our Community Partnership, we’ve volunteered to help others sign up and promote voter registration.