What do I need to register to vote?

Requirements include:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a citizen of the U.S. (Proof of residency)
  • Be a resident of the County and polling precinct in which the elector (voter) offers to vote
  • Neither be under court order declaring the elector mentally incompetent nor serving a term of prison resulting from the conviction of a crime
  • Not have been convicted of a felony, or any offense against the election laws, unless the elector has served his/her entire sentence, including probation and parole time, or has received a pardon

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1. What do I need to register to vote?
2. Where can I register to vote?
3. If I register to vote, will I also be called for jury duty?
4. Where do I vote?
5. What Congressional District am I in?
6. I have lost my registration card. Can I still vote?
7. What can I do if I cannot make it to the polls on election day?
8. How does one qualify to vote absentee?
9. May I request an absentee ballot for my neighbor?
10. May I take my wife, husband, child, mother, or father their ballot?
11. If I do not vote in the Primary Election, can I vote in the November or any general election?
12. What party am I registered with?
13. Is assistance offered at the polls?