Voter Registration Sites
Rock The Vote – register to vote here
Overseas Vote Foundation – register to vote, particularly for US Citizens currently located overseas
Can I Vote? - determine if you are eligible to vote
FEC National Voter Registration Form - National site
Declare Yourself - site specifically for ages 18-25
Head Count - a voter registration site designed to connect people to action via music
Student PIRGs - a voter registration and information site designed by Student Public Interest Research Groups
All State Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Information
State Election Division Links - Go Here for Information on how to register, check your registration, or obtain an Absentee Ballot, in your home state
Voter Information Sites
WICB - our own WICB's election news website
USAY Foundation - USAY Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization focused on voter education and youth advocacy
Vote-Smart.org - nonpartisan research conducted on every candidate for president or major elective office in the United States
Declare Yourself - nonprofit campaign to empower and encourage every eligible 18 year old in American to register and vote.
Fair Vote - Operating for many years as the Center for Voting and Democracy, FairVote is the leading national organization acting to transform our elections to achieve secure and universal access to participation, a full spectrum of meaningful choices and majority rule with fair representation and a voice for all.
ServiceVote Challenge - ServiceVote is Youth Service America's campaign to engage young people in the political process, beginning with voting. Building on the significant recent growth in both youth volunteering and voting, ServiceVote 2008 challenges young people to think critically about how they can affect the issues that they work to address through service by participating in the political process and provides opportunities for them to participate in the presidential election.
VoteGopher.com - one-stop, non-partisan election resource, created by young voters to focus on the issues
Vote 411.org - The League of Women Voters national voter information site.
MTV's Choose or Lose - Mobilizing young voters to get registered, learn about candidates, and vote.
Campus Compact - resources for students, faculty and community service/service-learning/student leadership staff
Count More - this site helps you find out where your vote will count more. Should you register to vote in your home state or in your school state. (If you decide to change your voter registration, act quickly so you don't miss the deadlines)
U.S. Election Assistance Commission - general voter registration information
Federal Election Commission - Federal election commission
U.S. Electoral College - information on the electoral college