First, verify if you’re registered to vote. If you have voted in the past and haven’t moved recently, chances are you’re already registered.
Same-day, provisional registration
If you’re not registered and the deadline to register has passed where you live, certain states allow you to register to vote on or before Election Day. In these states, you can visit a voting location, or your county’s registrar’s office, and register in person and vote provisionally:
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
For future elections, you can register to vote using this Vote.org form. It’s easy, fast, and secure: