Fall is around the corner and so are the 2018 midterm elections! Here are five ways you can make sure you’re ready come November.
Register to Vote
Whether you just moved and are updating your registration or are getting registered to vote for the first time, now’s the perfect time to get registered! Even if you move across the street, updating your registration is a requirement. You can learn about registering and voting in your state by visiting state student guides here: http://campusvoteproject.org/studentguides/.
Celebrate National Voter Registration Day
Find an event near you or sign up to be a partner and host your own event here: http://bit.ly/NatlVRDay. National Voter Registration Day takes place the fourth Tuesday of September every year and is a celebration of registering to vote. This year, it takes place on September 25.
Learn about Your Ballot
Sign up with BallotReady to be notified when they have nonpartisan information about everything on your ballot this fall. You’ll be able to find information about local, state, and national candidates as well as referendums. Sign up here: www.ballotready.org.
Save this Hotline in Your Phone
Save the Election Protection hotline (866-OUR-VOTE) in your phone in case you have questions leading up to and on Election Day. There are three other language access hotlines that may be helpful to you and your community
Share Information with Friends
Campus Vote Project works to make sure we keep up-to-date election information on our website and social media. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or on Instagram, and encourage three friends to make sure you’re all receive vital election information.
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