Wednesday, August 19, 2015

National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday September 22, 2015

Hundreds of events are being planned across the country for National Voter Registration Day 2015. This page features a directory of all planned events do that future voters and those interesting in volunteering can find local events near them. Partners: add your events to the National Voter Registration Day directory.
  • Across America, communities are using National Voter Registration Day to celebrate our democracy by exercising our most basic right: the right to vote! Thousands of Americans will register to vote on Tuesday September 22.
  • National Voter Registration Day is the largest one-day effort of the year to register voters. It falls on the fourth (4th) Tuesday of September. This year, National Voter Registration Day is September 22, 2014.

GENERAL PUBLIC TOOLKIT. This page features resources to spread the word about National Voter Registration Day 2015. Click me.


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September 22 is National Voter Registration Day! We’re celebrating! via #CelebrateNVRD

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Have you moved since Election Day 2014? Make sure you’re registered to vote at your new address! via #CelebrateNVRD

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Join millions of voters during this year’s midterm elections! Register to vote! via #CelebrateNVRD

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On Sept. 22, we celebrate democracy across the nation! It’s National Voter Registration Day! via #CelebrateNVRD


Election Information - To get registered or check your registration status, find out when and where to vote on Election day, or how to vote early. Figure out who's on your ballot and more.  Click me.  

Host your own Rock The Vote Event. Download the event toolkit.
Voter Registration tools powered by Rock the Vote. The online registration tool provides a simple solution for modern voter registration. 

Quick Facts via Rock the Vote

  • More than 84 million Millennials will be over 18 in 2016.
  • 12,000 Americans turn 18 every day.
  • The Millennial generation is the largest in our country's history - bigger than even the Baby Boomers.
  • The Millennial generation is also the most diverse - 43% are people of color.
  • 66,000 American Latinos turn 18 every month.
  • 90% of American youth are online, with over 60% connected to the Internet while away from home.
  • 90% of American Latinos under 29 consume information in English.
  • Millennials have the potential to be the largest voting bloc in our country but are voting at a fraction of their size, with an estimated 30 million young people staying home in 2012.
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