Thursday, October 4, 2012

Individual State Voter Registration



NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION

There is no 1-800 number to register to vote since each state may have a different process.

Check with your local voter registration office.

The information listed below is from the National Voter Registration Day website (http://nationalvoterregistrationday.org  )



FAQs

Q: Where do I get voter registration cards?
A: You can visit your county or state elections office for printed forms or you can print the nationally accepted universal voter registration form here: http://www.eac.gov/voter_resources/register_to_vote.aspx

Q: What do I do with the voter registration cards after they're filled out?
A: Once a card is filled out - you must ensure they're delivered to an designated National Voter Registration Day representative or the correct local elections offices. Examples of National Voter Registration Day representatives are State Lead Organizations or our supporting partner Head Count.

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