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Frequently Asked Questions About Voter Registration

  • Who can register to vote?

  • When can I register to vote?

  • How can I get a form to register to vote?

  • I registered at a Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) office. Why does the County say I'm not registered?

  • What if I just moved and did not re-register? Will I be eligible to vote?

  • I would like to register and vote, but I am a public figure. Will my address be made public?

  • I became a new citizen by participating in a naturalization ceremony after the registration deadline. Can I still register and vote?

  • May I register to vote at my business address or may I use my P.O. Box number?

  • I am a college student living on or around campus, away from home. Can I register with my college residence address?

  • I did not vote in the last election. Do I need to re-register?

  • Is identification required to register to vote?

  • Can an ex-felon register to vote and be eligible to vote?

  • Why is the DMV involved in voter registration?

  • What if my name, address, or political party affiliation changes?

  • May I sign a petition if I am not registered to vote?

  • Is it true that voter registration lists are used to select citizens for jury duty?

  • If I cancel my voter registration, can I be certain that I will not get a summons for jury duty?

  • I speak another language. How can I register?

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