Register to Vote by State is not a government agency. We provide the best options to register to vote in each state with links going directly to the states government web sites. We are a private company that also provides information to the state voter registration sites and also provides the National Voter Registration Form as a free public service. If you use our forms, you will will be required to sign and mail your form directly to your state election office. You will receive a confirmation from your state within a few weeks of mailing in your form.  If you have any questions about your status or want to register directly from your state web site, click here.

To Register to Vote by State by, click your state below and you will be given the best options on registering to vote.  If you use the National Form, you will be able to instantly view and print it form directly from your screen. Once you click the secure links below, you will be required to answer a few questions in four simple steps. Once you are finished, you will be able to instantly view and print your voter registration form on your screen. Once it is printed, mail it to your state provided and you will receive your registration from your state. The process takes less than (3) minutes and we have assisted millions of people in this free public service since 1998. We will also instantly e-mail you a copy for your records as well.

We have assisted millions of people to register to vote since 1998 and are devoted to maintaining a non-partisan political web site and information directory.

By clicking the secure links below and selecting your state, we will send you the correct in formation and a .pdf downloadable voter registration form that you can submit to your states Division of Elections. You can also view the voter registration deadline by state by clicking here.

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  • For voting information, click on a state in the map or through the state links below to access state election Web sites, which include voter guides, registration information

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To register to vote, click your state and follow the instructions on the screen.

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