Better late than never? There’s still time to make a plan, get to the polls -- even at the last minute

Make an impact on this year’s election!

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For all the money political candidates spend to try and get voters’ attention, it still seems like it goes for naught, even in an important election year.

Even the richest of politicians can’t compete with how busy people’s lives are, which is a reason why some adults wait until the last minute before figuring out how they can vote and who will earn their vote.

But take heart, all you procrastinators out there.

You can still have an impact and do your civic duty, even if you don’t feel like you have the time.

Here’s how:


Make sure you’re registered.

In order to vote, you must be registered in your state. Click or tap here for deadlines in each state to register for the primary election and the general election in November. You must be 17 years old to register, and age 18 to vote in an election.


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