Registering others to vote is important and easy.  Are you in? Get started today registering voters online, at your school, and in your community. 

1. Online

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Starting an online voter registration drive can be as simple as updating your Facebook, Gmail or Twitter status. Or just send an email to your friends and family to make sure that they’re registered. Just point people to www.rockthevote.com - and ask them to fill out a voter registration application.

Have a website or a social networking site you like to hang out on? You can also add a voter registration button to your website, blog, Facebook fan page, or MySpace page. Just paste this code on your website like you would with a YouTube video:


2. At School

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Registering people at school is easy, too! Print out some voter registration forms, set up a table or grab a clipboard and register voters in a high-traffic area of school. Hit the crowd during lunch, before and after sporting events, at assemblies and even club meetings. You can print out the voter registration forms here

If you want to collect the completed forms and mail them to the Secretary of State's office, make sure you have a big envelope to stuff them into. Otherwise, make sure you tell people where to send their completed voter registration application. You can find the right address to mail in the forms here

Questions?  Email us democracyclass@rockthevote.com

It can be fun and informative to talk about issues and politics, but don’t turn anyone away from registering just because you don’t have the same views. Remember, your goal is to register as many new voters as possible, regardless of their politics.


3. In the Community

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Ready to take your voter registration drive to the streets?  Take your table or clipboard to popular places - concerts, coffee shops, churches, barbershops, malls, movie theaters, record stores, festivals, and parades.  Just think about where you hang out and go there. You can print out the voter registration forms here

Again, if you want to collect the filled out forms and mail them to the Secretary of State's office, make sure you have a big envelope to stuff them into. Otherwise, make sure you tell people where to send their completed voter registration application. You can find the right address to mail in the forms here

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