Download Your Voter Card on Mobile or Computer: Easy Steps
If you would like to register using a paper voter registration application, you can pick one up at your county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles offices, or U.S. post office. It is important that your voter registration application be filled out completely and be postmarked or hand-delivered to your county elections office at least 15 days before the election.
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If you are a Californian living away from home while attending a college, trade school or technical school, or a voter living temporarily outside the United States, please see College Students and Voters Living Abroad.
As a California voter, be aware that local elections in some areas are held on dates that do not coincide with statewide election dates. The 15-day close of registration deadline for these local elections varies depending on the actual date of the election. If you need to know a deadline for a local election, contact your county elections office or visit County Administered Elections.
The California Motor Voter program is making registering to vote at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) more convenient. Eligible applicants completing a driver license, identification (ID) card or change of address transaction online, by mail or in person at the DMV will be automatically registered to vote by the California Secretary of State, unless they choose to opt out of automatic voter registration. For more information, visit California Motor Voter
If you are currently registered to vote in California and would like to cancel your voter registration, you can complete the California Voter Registration Cancellation Request Form (PDF) and submit it to your county elections office. If you have any questions, you can contact your county elections office or the Secretary of State's Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683).
The law prohibits your voter registration information from being used for commercial purposes. Report any problems to the Secretary of State's Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683). For additional information regarding your voting rights, please go to Voter Bill of Rights.
When you register to vote or change your registration, you will be sent a voter registration card. Your voter registration card typically includes your name, home address, and the address of the polling station where you will vote.
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If you are a registered voter, you will not need your voter registration card on Election Day. But, you may need other identification since some states require a photo ID to vote. Use this chart to learn if you need to bring a photo ID when you vote.
Thank you for your interest in registering to vote in the State of Alabama. Please note that the voter registration application may be used to register to vote OR update your voter registration information.
Important Note! The Alabama Voter Registration application is for use by residents of the State of Alabama only! If you reside in a state other than Alabama, please contact your state or local election officials for information on registering to vote. You may also wish to visit the web site of the Election Assistance Commission to review the federal postcard voter registration form.
Upon determining that you are eligible to vote in your county, the county Board of Registrars' Office will mail you a Voter Identification Card. The Voter Identification Card will provide you the name and address of your polling place as well as a listing of the political districts in which you live. You are NOT required to bring this card with you when voting. For information on Alabama's Photo Voter ID laws and requirements, click here: Alabama Photo Voter Identification Alabama Secretary of State.
If you no longer want to be registered to vote in the State of Alabama, please download this form (NVRA-25). Fill it out completely, sign it, and then mail it to the Board of Registrars of the county where you are registered.
If a family member has passed away or otherwise no longer lives at the address where he or she was previously registered to vote, please download this form (NVRA-24). Fill it out completely, sign it, and then mail it to the Board of Registrars of the county where the family member was last registered to vote.
For information about voter rights restoration due to a disqualifying felony, please visit paroles.alabama.gov or contact the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles at (334) 242-8700. More information about voter rights restoration can be found by clicking here: Voting Rights Restoration PDF.
Judges, Law Enforcement Officers, and Legislators Voter Affirmation - For Federal or State Prosecutors; Federal, State, Probate, or Municipal Judges; Law Enforcement Officers; State Legislators, or their spouses, submit this affirmation form to protect your voter information from the public.
Some counties in NJ have received reports of robo-calls directing voters to incorrect polling locations. We are advising all voters to check authorized State and county web sites for the correct information.
A Social Security numberTo use your social security number, you must have the ability to sign on-screen or upload your signature to complete the registration process. If you are unable to provide a digital signature, you can not register online. Click here to download the voter registration application for your county.
Inactive voters do not get sample ballots and are not eligible to receive a vote by mail ballot until they are put back into an Active status. To update your record to active status through the online voter registration or using a paper registration form.
Beginning with the June 3, 2014 primary election, Act 2011-673 requires an Alabama voter to have a specific type of photo identification at the polls in order to vote. If a voter does not have one of the approved forms of photo ID as stated in the law, then he or she may receive a free Alabama photo voter ID from various locations including the Secretary of State's Office, local county board of registrars' offices, and a mobile location to be determined by the Secretary of State's Office.
If a voter possesses any of these forms of ID, he/she is not eligible to receive a free Alabama photo voter ID card. The voter must bring one of these photo IDs to the polls on Election Day or place a copy of the ID in absentee ballot materials.
In addition, a voter who does not have a valid photo ID in his or her possession at the polls shall be permitted to vote if the individual is positively identified by two election officials as a voter on the poll list who is eligible to vote and the election officials sign a sworn affidavit so stating.
Submit your voter registration application online from your computer, tablet or mobile device. Download a printable Tennessee voter registration application to submit to your county election commission. Check your voter registration status. Contact your county election commission.
The easiest way for Tennessee voters to find when to vote and where to vote, Election Day polling locations, view and mark sample ballots, see their elected officials, districts and county election commission information, as well as access online election results is through the GoVoteTN app.
All voters will be allowed to vote with or without a photo ID. If a voter cannot show photo ID when voting in person, they can still vote by filling out an ID Exception Form. For absentee-by-mail voters, if they are unable to include a copy of their photo ID in their ballot return envelope, they can also fill out an ID Exception Form with their ballot. Find more information under ID Exceptions below.
Voters must show an acceptable photo ID when they check in at their voting site during early voting or on Election Day. Election workers check to see if the picture on the ID reasonably resembles the voter. The address on the photo ID does not have to match the voter registration records.
Additionally, all county boards of elections will soon be able to issue free voter photo IDs to registered voters in their county. To be issued a free voter photo ID card, the voter must provide their name, date of birth, and the last four numbers of their Social Security number, and have their photo taken.
If any voter is unable to show photo ID when voting (whether in person or by mail), they may fill out an ID Exception Form and vote their ballot. The voter will choose from the following permitted exceptions.
Absentee ballots are an option for registered voters who prefer not to vote in person. You do not need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You must request an absentee ballot in order to receive one in the mail. Your County Registrar's Office must receive your ballot before the polls close on Election Day to be counted.
Take a photo or scan your completed, signed application. If you are not registered to vote with a Georgia driver's license or Georgia voter ID card, take a photo of or scan your alternative, accepted ID.
This secure web application can be used to find voter registration and elections information. A search by address option is also available if desired. Searching by address provides information about all voters at an address.
The electronic voter registration application is transferred from DMV to your County or City Board of Elections for review. Once processed, your County or City will notify you either that you are registered to vote or additional information is needed to complete your application. (Please allow up to six weeks to hear from the Board of Elections in your County or City. If after 6 weeks you have not heard from them, contact them at the phone number or address provided on the New York State Board of Elections website.)
NOTE: Certain military and overseas voters have extended registration periods. See for more information. Mail-in voter registration applications must be postmarked on or before the above registration deadlines.