Good News (for voters in 21 states) - you can register & vote on Election Day!
Worried that you missed the registration deadline in your state? Worry no more! In these 21 states, you can register and vote on Election Day.
If you haven't registered and live in one of the following states, we encourage you to go to the polls on Election Day, register and cast your ballot! You can find your polling place by checking in State Voting Information / State Lookup Tools for your state's polling place finder.
|State||Where/How to Vote on Election Day|
|Alaska||At your polling place.|
|California||At your polling place.|
At your voter service and polling center.
|Connecticut||At a designated Election Day Registration location.|
|District of Columbia||At your polling place.|
|Hawaii||At a Voter Service Center in your county.|
|Idaho||At your polling place.|
|Illinois||At your polling place.|
|Iowa||At your polling place.|
|Maine||At your polling place.|
|Maryland||At your polling place.|
|Michigan||At your local city or town clerk's office.|
|Minnesota||At your polling place.|
|Montana||At your county election office.|
|Nevada||At your polling place.|
|New Hampshire||At your polling place.|
|Utah||At your polling place.|
|Vermont||At your polling place.|
|Washington||At your county auditor's office, a voting center, or other location designated by your county auditor.|
|Wisconsin||At your polling place.|
|Wyoming||At your polling place or vote center, or other location designated by your county clerk.|
Note: Most states require an ID to register to vote. Check State Voting Information / Identification Requirements to see your state's ID options. Additionally, while all of these states allow voters to register and vote on Election Day, several states allow people to register and vote during Early Voting Periods, as well.