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You may not be eligible to vote. Find out here

You may not be eligible to vote. Find out here

The first step to voting on Election Day is making sure you’re eligible to vote. It’s simple enough to find out, but some things can complicate your eligibility, which is often determined by the states.

If you’re eligible to vote, make sure you’ve got everything you need to bring with you when you vote, and know where your polling place is. You can choose to vote early in-person, vote by mail or vote on Nov. 3 in person.

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 Here’s what determines if you’re eligible to vote in 2020You need to be registered to vote. For most states, registration ends in October, but the dates vary by state. Make sure you meet this deadline by seeing when your state’s registration ends.

You must be a US citizen. This means you must have been born in the US or its territories, you’ve been granted citizenship through naturalization or if you’re a derived citizen, meaning at least one of your parents is a US citizen.

You have to be 18 years of age or older on or before Election Day. Most states will still allow you to register to vote at the age of 17 if you’ll be 18 by Election Day. See what your state’s age requirements are for voting…Read more>>

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