Register online in 37 states (including Pennsylvania!) Visit https://vote.gov/ to find out how to register in your state.
No online registration? Download and complete the Voter Registration Form to register by mail. (Note: North Dakota, Wyoming, and some U.S. territories do not accept this.)
OR visit your local elections office, an armed services recruitment center, public assistance agencies, or even the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to register in-person. To learn more about registering to vote, visit USA.gov.
***The registration deadline is different in every state! In Pennsylvania, the deadline is 30 days before the election or primary.***
What to know:
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Absentee Ballots allow you to vote by mail. Some states allow you to do this no matter what, but others require that you have a valid excuse for not being able to make it to your polling place on election day. Some states also allow you to cast your vote early.