Test Voter Update (Ariana) - HeadCount

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Pre-registration Laws by State

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Think you’re too young to register to vote? In some places, you can register BEFORE you turn 18!

Check out our table below to confirm how old you need to be to pre-register in your state. (Pre-registration means you’ll be automatically registered to vote on your 18th birthday without taking any additional steps).

If your age fits into one of these categories, register to vote here today! You’ll need an in-state ID number (driver’s license, permit, state issued ID) or your social security number to process the registration.

State laws are rapidly changing to support America’s youth. For example, in January 2020 New Yorkers will be able to preregister at 16, with many other states following the trend. Check back from time to time and make sure you’ve signed up for our emails so we can let you know if the law changes in your state.

Remember #TheFutureIsVoting