Voter Registration Forms & Absentee Ballot Applications

Last updated September 05, 2014
Military and Overseas voters should visit the Overseas Vote Foundation. Long Distance Voter's information should only be used by voters with US mailing addresses.

The National Voter Registration Form

The National Voter Registration Form is accepted everywhere but New Hampshire and Wyoming.  You can use this form to register to vote, to update your voter registration, or to switch political parties.

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Military and Overseas Voters

Active duty military; their spouses and dependants; and other US citizens living overseas use a different process to register and vote from abroad.  Please visit the Overseas Vote Foundation to learn more.

ALASKA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Alaska Absentee Voter Guide.

ARIZONA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Arizona Absentee Voter Guide.

ARKANSAS

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Arkansas Absentee Voter Guide.

CALIFORNIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our California Absentee Voter Guide.

COLORADO

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Colorado Absentee Voter Guide.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our DC Absentee Voter Guide.

FLORIDA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Florida Absentee Voter Guide.

GEORGIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Georgia Absentee Voter Guide.

IDAHO

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Idaho Absentee Voter Guide.

IOWA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Iowa Absentee Voter Guide.

KANSAS

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Kansas Absentee Voter Guide.

KENTUCKY

  • Kentucky voter registration form
  • Kentucky prepares a personalized absentee ballot application for every voter who wishes to vote absentee. Contact your County Clerk and ask them to mail you an absentee ballot application. Your spouse, parents or children can also request an application on your behalf.

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Kentucky Absentee Voter Guide.

LOUISIANA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Louisiana Absentee Voter Guide.

MAINE

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Maine Absentee Voter Guide.

MARYLAND

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Maryland Absentee Voter Guide.

MICHIGAN

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Michigan Absentee Voter Guide.

MINNESOTA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Minnesota Absentee Voter Guide.

MISSISSIPPI

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Mississippi Absentee Voter Guide.

MISSOURI

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Missouri Absentee Voter Guide.

MONTANA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Montana Absentee Voter Guide.

NEBRASKA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Nebraska Absentee Voter Guide.

NEVADA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Nevada Absentee Voter Guide.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Voter Registration Forms: New Hampshire prefers that voters register in person.  If this is impossible for you (because of physical disability, religious beliefs, military service, or because of temporary absence) you can register by mail.  There are two ways to do this.
    1. If you plan on voting by absentee ballot: Download and complete the New Hampshire Absentee Ballot Application. Mail your completed request, and a copy of your ID, to your town/city clerk. Your clerk will mail you a voter registration form with your absentee ballot.  This is the fastest way to register and get your absentee ballot. (NOTE: if you choose this option, make sure you're eligible to vote by absentee ballot. See Step 3 below for a list of acceptable reasons.)

    2. If you don't plan on voting by absentee ballot: Call your town/city clerk and ask them to send you a mail-in voter registration form and a voter registration affidavit (the affidavit is a legal document that states that you are registering by mail because you can't register in person).  Once they mail you the documents, complete both in front of a notary and have the affidavit notarized. Mail both forms back to your town/city clerk.

  • New Hampshire 2014 absentee ballot application

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our New Hampshire Absentee Voter Guide.

NEW JERSEY

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our New Jersey Absentee Voter Guide.

NEW MEXICO

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our New Mexico Absentee Voter Guide.

NEW YORK

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our New York Absentee Voter Guide.

NORTH CAROLINA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our North Carolina Absentee Voter Guide.

NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota does not have voter registration!

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our North Dakota Absentee Voter Guide.

OHIO

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Ohio Absentee Voter Guide.

OREGON

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Oregon Absentee Voter Guide.

PENNSYLVANIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Pennsylvania Absentee Voter Guide.

RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island prepares a new absentee ballot application for every election.

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Rhode Island Absentee Voter Guide.

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • South Carolina online voter registration tool (requires a South Carolina DMV-issued ID card)
  • South Carolina prepares a personalized absentee ballot application for every absentee voter.  There are two ways to get an absentee ballot application form:
  1. Online, using South Carolina's online absentee ballot request system (NOTE: you must either have a printer handy when you fill it out, or save the application to print later. You only get one chance per election cycle to use the online system to fill out your absentee ballot application.)
  2. Contact your county voter registration office and ask them to mail you an absentee ballot application

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our South Carolina Absentee Voter Guide.

SOUTH DAKOTA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our South Dakota Absentee Voter Guide.

TENNESSEE

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Tennessee Absentee Voter Guide.

TEXAS

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Texas Absentee Voter Guide.

UTAH

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Utah Absentee Voter Guide.

VERMONT

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Vermont Absentee Voter Guide.

VIRGINIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Virginia Absentee Voter Guide.

WASHINGTON

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Washington Absentee Voter Guide.

WEST VIRGINIA

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our West Virginia Voter Guide.

WISCONSIN

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Wisconsin Absentee Voter Guide.

WYOMING

For deadlines, directions and mailing addresses, please visit our Wyoming Absentee Voter Guide.

 

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