Voting and elections are always popular topics on USA.gov, but never more so than during election season. The right to vote is a cornerstone of our society, and we realize that it can be a confusing and complicated process. In an effort to simplify that process and bring the most important government tasks into the digital age, GSA has created an online voter registration tool.
The tool will help you navigate the voter registration process. Depending on the state that you live in, we’ll help you either:
- Register directly online with your state election office (Twenty-three states offer online registration)
- Complete the National Mail Voter Registration Form. At the end of the process, you simply print the form, sign and mail it to the address listed under your State in the State Instructions.
Please note: North Dakota, Wyoming, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands do not accept the National Mail Voter Registration Form. New Hampshire accepts it only as a request for an absentee voter mail-in registration form. If you live in one of these states, please check with your state election office to find out how to register to vote.
You may be able to apply to register to vote in person at the following public facilities:
- State or local voter registration and/or election offices
- The department of motor vehicles
- Public assistance agencies
- Armed services recruitment centers
- State-funded programs that serve people with disabilities
- Any public facility that a state has designated as a voter registration agency