What if I don’t live in a traditional residence?

If you have a non-traditional residence, you still have the right to register and vote. Simply draw a map on the voter registration application indicating where you live (where you usually spend the night) and list a mailing address within your county that can be used to mail your notification that you are registered.

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1. What must I do to register to vote?
2. What if I don’t live in a traditional residence?
3. Am I already registered?
4. I’m turning 18 right before the election. When can I register? When can I vote?
5. Where can I register?
6. How do I register?
7. What is my voter identification number as required on the form?
8. What if I am unable to fill out the form myself?
9. When must I register to vote so I can vote in the next election?
10. What do I do when I move?
11. What if I move right before the election?
12. When will I be registered?
13. Where will I vote?