If you have already registered to vote, you may want to check your registration to make sure it is up-to-date. This short video will explain why it is important to check and how easy it is to do.
Submit your changes before your state’s . That could be up to 30 days before the election.
How to Change Your Voter Registration Information
You can change your registration online, by mail, or by phone. Be ready to provide your state driver’s license number or state ID number and your Social Security number.
Make Changes Online
If your state has online voter registration, that may be the easiest way to make changes. If your state keeps track of political party preference, you will be able to change that too.
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnGo to the web page.
Select your state and click “Get Info.”
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnSelect Register to Vote, which will take you to the state's online registration tool.
Make Changes by Mail
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnDownload, fill out, and mail in the . All states except New Hampshire, Wyoming, and North Dakota accept it.
If you can’t download this form and would like it or your state’s own registration form mailed to you, contact your state or local election office.
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnIf you're an overseas and/or military voter, don't use the mail-in form. Go to the to change your voter information and request an absentee ballot.
Make Changes by Phone
Check with your state or local election office.Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miền Some states will accept changes over the phone.
How to Change Your Political Party Affiliation
Your political party affiliation is the party that you choose to associate with. Depending on your state, you may be asked your party affiliation when you register to vote.
You can change your party affiliation online, by mail, or over the phone using the methods for changing your voter registration information.
You don't have to join a political party or reveal your party preference when you register to vote.
Not every state accepts or lists a party affiliation on a voter registration card.
The party affiliation on your voter registration does not limit you to voting for just that party. You can always choose to vote for a candidate from any party in a general election, like a presidential, congressional, or mayoral election.
Your party affiliation is usually only important in primary elections. Many states have “closed” primaries. This means that you can only vote for your party’s candidates in its primary election.
Do you have a question?
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Last Updated: September 30, 2020