Four easy steps to voting: 1: Register. 2: Learn where and how to vote. 3: Research candidates and issues. 4: VOTE!
This guide provides unbiased information about where and how to vote, and how to go about researching the candidates and issues that you'll be voting on.
Sign up through TurboVote to check if you're registered and to get registered if you're not.
You can also go to your state's voting and elections website to check your registration or find more voting information.
It's up to you! Your residence is the place you consider your home.
As a college student, you might have two addresses that you could consider "home":
The links below go to the election websites where you can enter your address and find out who and what will be on your ballot
In Minnesota, most polling places are open from 7 am to 8 pm.
If you are registered, your name will be on a list of voters, and you just need to sign in.
If you did not register, you can still register at the polls in Minnesota. Just bring proof of your current address. This can include your college id and a current student fee statement. Read more about election day registration.
There are many accommodations available to make sure everyone can vote! You can bring someone to help, ask an election judge, use a machine to help you mark your ballot, or even vote from your car. Read about it here.