You are here: Home World Politics US Election
 

How to vote in US election, Voting and Registering to Vote, Elections in the United States, How to Vote in U.S. Election, Register to Vote in United state election, How to Register youur Vote in United States

How to vote in US election, Voting and Registering to Vote, Elections in the United States, How to Vote in U.S. Election, Register to Vote in United state election, How to Register youur Vote in  United States

Here’s how to vote in this US election:

Step 1 — Register to vote. If you’re already registered to vote, awesome! Head to Step 2. If not, it’s a free and simple process. You can register to vote in person, at the DMV, or by mail. Here’s a list of each state’s election office that gives you more information on where to go:

Find Your Local Election Office

If you’re already overseas, you’ll have to print out the forms listed on your state’s election website and mail them to your election office.

Or, you can visit the Federal Voter Assistance Program, complete the voter registration form online, and mail it back to them with postage. It’s a much quicker and simpler process.

Good Voting Resource: General Voting Resource from the Federal Government

Step 2 — After you’re registered to vote, there are two ways to cast your ballot overseas:

a) You can apply for an overseas ballot via your state’s election office by mailing in a form, having the ballot sent to you, and then mailing it back. A complicated process.

Or you can do it the easy way:

b) Go to the Federal Voter Assistance Program website and do it all online!

Also Read:
-- US Presidential Election Schedule
-- United State Opinion Poll
-- How to vote in US election
-- US Presidential Election Result 2012
-- US Third Party and Independent Presidential candidate list
-- US Republican Party Presidential candidate list
-- US Democratic Party Presidential candidate list
-- USA Presidential ELections 2015 2016 News

Step 3 — Go to FVAP and click on the state you’re registered to vote in to get state-specific information.

If you’re registering to vote via FVAP, you can mail in your registration and ballot at the same time. (You can also just print out the forms and hand write your answers.)

Step 4 — Download and print the PDF forms.

Step 5 — Put your ballot in an envelope, slap some postage on it, and mail it in.

Step 5 — Celebrate the fact that you voted!

The last election required you to do a lot more mailing of forms. It was way more work. This election is far easier. You can complete everything online, print it out, and mail it in. It’s all legal, and it’s all valid. I love the Internet Age!

This is one of the most important elections in years, so make sure you get your ballot and vote.

Being overseas is no excuse when all you have to do is go online, fill in some forms, and mail them home for free. So go do it.

How to Register your Vote:

Register to Vote

The U.S. Election Assistance Commission has resources for voters, including voter guides, registration information, voting accessibility, and information for military and overseas voters.

Voter Eligibility

An U.S. citizen who is at least 18 years of age can vote, although some states do allow 17 year olds to vote.
States also have their own residency requirements to vote. For additional information about state-specific requirements and voter eligibility, contact your state/territorial election office.
Some states/territories don't allow convicted felons to vote. The specifics of the laws differ from state to state, and a felon may be eligible to have voting rights restored. For more information, contact your state/territorial election office.
How to Register to Vote

The National Mail Voter Registration Form is the one document that allows you to register to vote in most states in the U.S. North Dakota, Wyoming, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands do not accept the National Mail Voter Registration Form. New Hampshire accepts it only as a request for an absentee voter mail-in registration form. If you live in one of these states, please check with your state election office to find out how to register to vote.

You may be able to apply to register to vote in person at the following public facilities:

State or local voter registration and/or election offices
The department of motor vehicles
Public assistance agencies
Armed services recruitment centers
State-funded programs that serve people with disabilities
Any public facility that a state has designated as a voter registration agency
In twenty states, you can register online to vote. Please see the table of states with online voter registration or contact your state election office to learn more.

If you are outside of the U.S., you can get information online from the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) or call an international FVAP hotline.

Change Your Registration

You may also use the National Mail Voter Registration Form to update your registration if you changed your name, to change your address, or to register with a political party.

Find Your Assembly

Google Translate

CEO & Voter List