Let your voice be heard during the Midterm Elections on November 6th, 2018!
If you are attending a Law School outside of your home state, consider voting by absentee ballot! Midterm elections are less than 100 days away, but you don’t need to travel back to your home state to cast your vote!
While 27 states and the District of Columbia require no excuse to vote absentee, 21 states mandate that voters provide a valid reason for needing to vote via absentee ballot, and the rules can be quite strict. While some states only require your Social Security number and a driver’s license number, other states require that your ballot is signed by a notary or two witnesses.
Be sure to get informed about your home state’s requirements well in advance, as your ballot will likely need to be postmarked by Election Day, November 6, 2018.
Voting is one of the most effective ways to protect the integrity of our democracy, which is truly at stake. You can play a critical role in spreading the word about the importance of voting in the midterm elections on November 6. Encourage your friends and family to make their voice heard in the upcoming Election, and get out the vote today!
To see absentee ballot requirements for your state and find your polling place, visit our Get Out The Vote map! Visit Vote.org for more info.