Registering to Vote

Local and state elections occur every year.  Federal elections occur every two years, unless there is a special election needed to fill a vacant position.  It is your right to vote, and in order to do so, you must register to vote. 

Now, let's register or confirm our polling station if we're already registered.

Absentee ballot information is also listed below.

 
 
  Image: KRWG.org, 2017

Image: KRWG.org, 2017

Register to vote

Haven't registered to vote, or, already registered by need to check or change your polling location? You will be re-directed to Vote.gov in a new window by clicking the button below.

 
  Image: USembassy.gov, 2017

Image: USembassy.gov, 2017

Absentee and Early voting

There are three ways for voters to vote before Election Day, but each state has different rules and regulations.  All states have an absentee ballot option, which is for voters who are unable to visit their polling site for various reasons.  You will be re-directed to USA.gov in a new window by clicking the button below. Remember, each state is different (which also calls for debate amongst states!)