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The National Mail Voter Registration Form
What it is:
The National Mail Voter Registration Form is the one document that allows you to
register to vote from anywhere in the United States.
The National Form can be used to:
Register out-of-town tourist and convention groups
Register people from surrounding States who work, shop, or attend events in a central
Conduct voter registration drives, especially at colleges and universities
Register individuals at State agencies or other public offices
States that accept the national form will accept copies of the
application printed from the computer image on regular paper stock, signed by the
applicant, and mailed in an envelope with first class postage.
In completing this application, be sure to follow the General Instructions as well as
the Application Instructions and specific State Instructions for your State which include
the address to use for mailing the application.
Please Note the Following Exceptions:
New Hampshire town and city clerks will accept this application only as a request for
their own mail-in absentee voter registration form.
North Dakota does not have voter registration.
Wyoming cannot accept this form under State law.
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