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Are you registered to vote in the 2020 election? How to find out and how to register

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Find out if you’re registered to vote.

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James Martin

This story is element of Elections 2020, ‘s coverage of the run-up to voting in November.

The 2020 Election is Nov. 3, and whether you’re planning to vote by mail or in person, you won’t be able to do this unless you’re registered. If you can’t remember whether you’re registered to vote, the answer is easy — and it requires short amount of time to find out.

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Voting will look different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Once you’re registered to vote, you can choose to vote by mail or absentee ballot if you do not feel comfortable heading to the polling place. In-person voting may also be an option, but expect extra rules for social distancing and mask-wearing at the very least.

Here’s how to find out if you’re registered to vote.

How to check if you’re registered to vote

To see if you’re currently registered to vote, visit vote.org and click Check Your Registration. From here, you’ll need to enter your own personal information, like your first and last name, current address, date of birth and a message address. Make sure all of your information is correct and select Check your registration. On the next screen, you’ll either see confirmation that you’re registered or that you need to register to vote.

How do I register to vote?

If you’re not registered to vote, visit vote.org and click Register To Vote. From here, enter your own personal details as stated above and click Continue. When you’re finished filling out the form, you’ll need to sign and date it, then mail or hand-deliver the form to the provided address.

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You may need to re-register to vote.


James Martin

Common good reasons for needing to re-register to vote

Even if you already registered to vote, listed here are several reasons why you may need to re-register.

  • You recently moved to still another location.
  • You’ve changed your name since the last time you voted.
  • You’d like to change political parties.
  • You haven’t voted in the past four years.
  • You’ve never registered to vote at all, in which case you’d need to register for the very first time.

Need more details about voting? Here’s what’s going on with the USPS crisis and how it could affect the election, the differences between mail-in voting and absentee voting and how to vote safely if you’re voting in person.

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