This OTYCD post has appeared multiple times on the site, and will appear at least once a month until it’s obsolete for 2020.
Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Like, sure-sure? Hmmm, better check anyway, just to be safe, ahead of the November 3, 2020 vote.
You can’t vote in the 2020 primaries or the general election without being registered to vote.
Unfortunately, the GOP has gotten into the lousy habit of purging people from voter rolls as a strategy for maintaining power. Maybe not in your home state, but certainly in states they control.
If you’re in a Republican-controlled state, or you’re in a 2020 swing state, you might want to check your voter registration periodically in the lead-up to the primaries and the general election in fall 2020.
Here’s how to confirm your voter registration status.
If you haven’t yet registered, and you’re eligible, here’s how to register to vote. A total of 38 states, plus the District of Columbia, allow you to register to vote online.
The broad information on how to register to vote and how to check if you’re still registered comes from USA.gov.
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