Things are getting pretty crazy in the American political world these days, and no matter which side of the matter you come down on, one thing is the same – if you want to have a say in where the country goes for the next four years, you need to make sure you get out and vote!

If you’re wondering whether or not you’re registered, or you’re not sure how to register, we’ve got some help for you below – three simple options that will barely take up any of your precious time.

First of all, click here to check whether or not you’re registered to vote in the first place.

If you’re not, please keep reading.

1. Download an app.

It’s called VoterPal, and it is designed to make the process of registering clear and simple. The app will scan your state ID and pre-populate your form with most of the relevant information, even taking into consideration any rules specific to your state.

2. Visit a website.

38 states and Washington, DC. allow online voting registration. There are many websites to choose from, but we like IWillVote.com, where you can input your voter information into their digital form.

You can choose from others, like TurboVote.org and RocktheVote.org – they’re all very similar and work like a very quick charm.

3. Attend an event.

If you live in a state that still requires a physical form, you can attend a voter registration event and let someone else handle the filing for you. Visit NationalVoterRegistrationDay.org to find one nearby.

 

There you have it – no more excuses! Get yourself out there and vote.

For the good of the country. At least that way you know you’ve done your part.