If you haven't yet registered to vote, there is a site to help you. Find out if you're eligible to register by mail in your state at this link https://vote.usa.gov/
If you're a U.S. citizen, with only a few exceptions you can just fill out the form at https://vote.usa.gov/assets/do.....14-eng.pdf
, print it, and mail it to the specific address for your state with copies*
of the necessary proof of identification:
• A current and valid photo identification or
• A current utility bill, bank statement, government
check, paycheck or government document that shows your name and address in the U.S.
(*Don't send the originals)
Each state has its own laws about who may register and vote, so check the State Instructions information under your state for the rules and address to mail the form.
• New Hampshire town and city clerks will accept this application only as a request for their own absentee voter mail‑in registration form.
• North Dakota does not have voter registration.
• Wyoming law does not permit mail registration.
Additional election information is provided at http://www.vote411.org/ballot
based on your location.
You can browse races and compare candidates. This site is provided by the League of Women Voters.