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Don't Know If You Are Eligible to Vote? Don't Know Where to Vote?

Updated on November 4, 2014

Perhaps you don't know if you can vote. Maybe you don't know who to vote for. Maybe you don't know where to go to vote. This hub contains all the links for you in a single hub. For some reason, the link part of the hub isn't working, so I will list the links bellow.


1. Am I Eligible to Vote?

www.canivote.com

This website will instantly be able to let you know if you are eligible to vote.

2. Where to Vote?

www.rockthevote.com

This website is a wealth of knowledge, including the locations on where you can vote.

3. Who to Vote For?

www.ballotpedia.com

This website will help you know who the candidates are, what the issues are, and what they think about the issues.

4. How to Register to Vote Quickly and Online.

www.turbovote.com

This website says that it makes registering to vote as easy as ordering Netflix online.

Even though this is a midterm vote, it is still very important. It is incredibly important for young adults to vote, because only 1/4 will, and you need to make sure our votes are being heard! Everyone should vote.


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      Alli Rose Smith 3 years ago from Washington, DC

      Favored, thank you

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      Dana Tate 3 years ago from LOS ANGELES

      I always vote independent. I used to be a democrat but now I just goes with who I think the best candidate will be.

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      Fay Favored 3 years ago from USA

      This information can be useful to so many. I remember when we moved and had to find out this info. Good resource here.