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National Voter Registration Day

(CTN News) – National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, which is the appropriate day to register to vote in celebration of the day. Residents can register to vote starting at 9 a.m. at the Anderson County Election Commission Office.

In addition, Mauldin High School in Spartanburg will hold registration from noon to 2 p.m. Students will be able to register there. In addition, in Spartanburg from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. near Morgan Square.

As per the law in South Carolina, you must register 30 days before the general election taking place on November 8 in order to participate in the election.

Requirements On National Voter Registration Day are as follows:

  • Citizenship of the United States is required
  • A minimum age of 18 is required
  • The county or precinct where you are registering to vote must be your home county

The last four digits of your social security number and your driver’s license will be necessary to register.

Get ready To Celebrate National Voter Registration Day for the General Election on November 8.

On November 8, 2022, Election Day will be just over two months away. In Oregon’s November 8 General Election, candidates will be running for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives.

The Governor, state legislative seats, and more. In addition, voters will have the opportunity to decide on statewide and local ballot measures.

Beginning Wednesday, October 19, all Multnomah County voters will receive their ballots by mail. To ensure that you receive your ballot as soon as possible, you need to be registered to vote and keep your registration up-to-date.

By planning to vote for the November 8 General Election, you can be prepared for the election. Celebrating National Voter Registration Day can help the broader community.

This link will take you to an external website. The election is scheduled to take place on September 20, 2022, in Multnomah County.

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