Now is the time to get involved. In the 2012 elections young people turned out in huge numbers, but let’s not stop there. This year cities and states across the country will host local elections for school board representatives, Mayors, Governors and State Legislatures. This is important stuff and we need your help to make sure young people are registered and voting! Rock the Vote will be on the ground at concerts, festivals, and sporting events registering voters- join us! Here’s a few ways to get started:
Want to host your own voter registration drive? It’s easy and we’ve got all the tools you’ll need. You can register voters just about anywhere, no really: at school, concerts, festivals, coffee shops or anywhere in your community where young people congregate. Join a street team and get the support you need to get started!
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Request the Rock the Vote logo for your voter registration drive. Are you a student, citizen, promoter, organization, event planner, school or business that wants to make your voter registration drive a "Rock the Vote" voter registration drive? Click here to get started.

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Register Voters On Your WebsiteGetting involved isn’t hard. As a matter of fact we’ve made it as easy as possible. You can register your friends where you already probably spend most of your time, online! Rock the Vote has a great online voter registration tool that is easy to use. You can put it anywhere you are online like your website or blog. Don’t have those? That’s cool, just share the link on Facebook and Twitter to register voters.

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