The midterm elections are only a few weeks off, and if ever there’s a time to participate in the electoral process, it’s now. But as of November 2016, only 70 percent of U.S. citizens over age 18 were registered to vote, which means that more than 65 million people who are eligible to register have not done so.
Most of us know that you can change your address with the United States Postal Service by visiting the USPS website, but that only takes care of the mail that arrives via USPS.
While we just swore in the 45th President of the United States for a four-year term, there will be another big election in two years. Add it to your calendar now while you’re still thinking about politics.
If you live in the state of Florida, you have an extra day to register to vote. While many states deadlines end today, Floridians will have until 5PM on Wednesday October 12th to register to vote.
This week marks the deadline for voter registration in a number of states, so it’s a good time to double-check that you’re registered if you’re not certain. It just takes a few seconds to check.
We recently put together a guide helping you figure out how to register to vote. If that’s still too complex, however, Google’s making it even easier. Simply search “how to register to vote” and Google will tell you how to do it in your state.
On November 8th, it will be time to decide a new President of the United States. If you’re not registered to vote, now’s the time to make sure you’re ready when it comes time to visit the polls. Here’s all the information you need to get it done.