Be A Voter 

Get involved

Do you want to make a difference?

Vote and encourage others to do the same! It takes less time than brushing your teeth. 

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Oct 10

Register to vote. Tell your friends and get them to register too. 

You must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen to vote. 

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Oct 10

Become a deputy voter registrar. This means you will able to register people by certifying that their registration application is accurate. You need to be at least 18 years of age.

Contact the elections office in your county. Rules differ in each state. 

Sat

Oct 10

Become a poll worker. You get paid! You need to be at least 16 years of age. 

States have different regulations for voting, but all need poll workers to check voters in and show them how the voting machines work. ¿Hablas español? ¡Te necesitamos!

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Oct 10

Read. Listen. Talk. Keep up-to-date about what's going on in your community, state, country, and world.  Talk about issues with mentors, parents, teachers, and friends. 

Learn more about how voting relates to potential solutions to problems. Search for non-partisan sites like the Pew Research Center. 

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Oct 10

Planning an event? Organize a voter registration drive on site.

Contact your local elections office if you need deputy volunteer registrars to assist. 

Sat

Oct 10

Consider running for public office now or in the future.

It's not such a far-fetched idea. Many people don't even consider it. Find out how to start the process from your local elections office. 

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Oct 10

Be A Voter Ambassador. Ask friends to register and vote. 

The biggest reason people don't vote is because no one has asked them to register and vote. 

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