voting info

the first part of the #consciousvoting movement is getting registered. we have gathered the links to help you through the process of registering and making sure you can be a conscious participant in our democracy. for those away at school we have gathered links here to help make sure even while away from home your vote gets in and gets counted. 

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register to vote

Before taking part in the voting process, you must be registered to vote. This is an easy process that can be done in person or online. Click the button below to start the online process or visit 

  1. County Clerk's Office
    Board of Election Commissioner's Office
    City and Village Offices
    Township Offices
    Schools
    Public Libraries
    Military Recruitment Offices
    Locations specifically designated by the election authority

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Early voting

Any registered voter is eligible to early vote with no reason necessary. You can do so at an Early Election center or at the office of election authority. Early voting begins 40 days prior to an election.

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mail in vote

For college students who won't be home to vote, mail in ballots are a great option. You can request a ballot in person or through mail. All requests made by mail must be received by 11/03/16 and all requests in person must be made by 11/07/16. Hit the button below to download a mail in ballot request form.