VOTE!

If you’re 18 in the US, you can vote in any and all elections for your municipality, from school board to president. If you will be 18 by the time of the next polling period, you can register to vote and have your very own civic duties.

Deadlines are a pretty big deal when it comes to registration, but GREAT NEWS, they aren’t hard to find!

In fact, they’re even in our Calendar!

Voting is absolutely a privilege, one that shouldn’t be taken for granted, and voter suppression is all too common. Check your registration status regularly, and don’t forget, we’re all in the same boat.

Once you’ve registered, you can help others to register with the purchase of Gear featuring a QR code to register online. Find it here,  and the added bonus is getting to show off how good a person you are!

Party Primaries
Registration Deadlines
Same Day Registration
Mail-In Online In-Person
Alabama June 5 May 21 (postmarked) May 21 May 21 No
Alaska August 21 July 22 (postmarked) July 22 July 22 No
Arizona August 28 July 30 (postmarked) July 30 July 30 No
Arkansas May 22 April 23 (postmarked) N/A April 23 No
California June 5 May 21 (postmarked) May 21 June 5 Yes
Colorado June 26 June 18 (to automatically receive a mail ballot) June 18 June 26 Yes
Connecticut August 14 August 9 (postmarked) August 9 August 14 Yes
Delaware September 6 August 11 (postmarked) August 11 August 11 No
District of Columbia June 19 May 29 (received) May 29 June 19 Yes
Florida August 28 July 30 (postmarked) July 30 July 30 No
Georgia May 22 April 24 April 24 April 24 No
Hawaii August 11 July 12 July 12 August 11 Yes
Idaho May 15 April 20 (postmarked) April 20 May 15 Yes
Illinois March 20 February 20 (postmarked) February 20 March 20 Yes
Indiana May 8 April 9 (postmarked) April 9 April 9 No
Iowa June 5 May 25 (received) May 25 June 5 Yes
Kansas August 7 July 17 (postmarked) July 17 July 17 No
Kentucky May 22 April 23 (postmarked) April 23 April 23 No
Louisiana November 6 October 9 (received) October 16 October 9 No
Maine June 12 May 22 (received) N/A June 12 Yes
Maryland June 26 June 5 (postmarked) June 5 June 21 Yes–during early voting period
Massachusetts September 4 August 15 (postmarked) August 15 August 15 No
Michigan August 7 July 9 (postmarked) N/A July 9 No
Minnesota August 14 July 24 (received) July 24 August 14 Yes
Mississippi June 5 May 7 (postmarked) N/A May 7 No
Missouri August 7 July 11 (postmarked) July 11 July 11 No
Montana June 5 May 7 (postmarked) N/A June 5 Yes
Nebraska May 15 April 30 (postmarked) April 30 May 4 No
Nevada June 12 May 16 (postmarked) May 24 May 22 No
New Hampshire September 11 N/A N/A September 11 Yes
New Jersey June 5 May 15 (received) N/A May 15 No
New Mexico June 5 May 8 (postmarked) May 8 May 8 No
New York June 26 June 1 (postmarked) June 1 June 1 No
North Carolina May 8 April 13 (postmarked) N/A May 5 Yes–during early voting period
North Dakota June 12 N/A N/A N/A No
Ohio May 8 April 9 (received) April 9 April 9 No
Oklahoma June 26 June 1 (postmarked) June 1 June 1 No
Oregon May 15 April 24 (received) April 24 April 24 No
Pennsylvania May 15 April 16 (received) April 16 April 16 No
Rhode Island September 12 August 13 (received) August 13 August 13 No
South Carolina June 12 May 14 (postmarked) May 13 May 11 No
South Dakota June 5 May 21 (received) N/A May 21 No
Tennessee August 2 July 3 (postmarked) July 3 July 3 No
Texas March 6 February 5 (postmarked) N/A February 5 No
Utah June 26 May 29 (postmarked) June 19 June 26 Yes
Vermont August 14 August 8 (received) August 8 August 14 Yes
Virginia June 12 May 21 (postmarked) May 21 May 21 No
Washington August 7 July 9 (postmarked) July 9 July 30 Beginning in 2019
West Virginia May 8 April 17 (postmarked) April 17 April 17 No
Wisconsin August 14 July 25 (postmarked) July 25 August 14 Yes
Wyoming August 21 August 6 (received) N/A August 21 Yes

Source: The Voter Participation Center website

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