How to register to vote
If you're a US citizen, confirm you can vote in the presidential election.
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Today is National Voter Registration Day!
If you live in the United States, and will be over the age of 18 on Nov. 3 of this year, please take a moment to register to vote. If you’re already registered, now’s a good time to confirm your registration and locate your polling place.
What you need to know
Register to vote! It only takes a couple of minutes.
Worried about the pandemic? Here’s how to vote by mail in most states.
Pretty sure you registered a few years ago? Confirm you’re currently registered to vote.
Once you’re registered, locate your polling place.
Now that you’re all set, share these tips with anybody else who needs to see them!
But what do you think?
Send links, tips, comments, questions, games, and “I voted” stickers to @plante.
That’s a wrap. See y’all on Sunday. Wear a mask!