HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE? Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus precautions, there may be changes to when, where, and how you will vote in the upcoming election. It is best to check your state’s site frequently for information about any recent changes.
Voter registration only takes a few minutes. Use the button below to get started.
- If you are an out-of-state college student, you will have the option of registering in either your home state or the state of your college (or university).
- If you were convicted of a felony, visit Restore Your Vote to determine your eligibility to vote in your state.
- If you are experiencing homelessness or are otherwise in transition, visit Nonprofit VOTE for beneficial tips and resources to aid in successfully registering.
HOW CAN I GET A VOTING PLAN?
HOW DO I CONTACT MY BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE ?
You can contact/visit your state (or territory) Board of Elections Office to learn about poll worker options, voting procedures, and more.
HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER?
Every effort makes a difference. You can simply start by sharing the voter registration form via text, social media, email, etc. to your friends, families, coworkers, and more.
Sign up for more information about how to volunteer with Clear The Air.
HOW CAN I SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT CLEAR THE AIR?
There are many ways you can share information about this initiative, as well as keep yourself involved.
- Start by sharing our site, cleartheair.us, on your social media to your friends, family, coworkers, and followers. You can even share it via email.
- Be sure to use the hashtag #cleartheair, so that it’s easier to find.
- Invite yourself and others to “Like”, “Follow”, and “Share” our pages on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
- Volunteer with us.
Remember, Clear The Air is nonpartisan and does not promote or oppose any candidate, political party, or special interest group. As such, we wish to empower each person to make an informed decision about voting without imposing the personal views of others.