Do you need to register to vote when you move?
Yes, you need to re-register every time you move. Go to headcount.org or rockthevote.com to register, it will walk you through the process in about five minutes (literally!) for any state.
If you did not vote in the 2004 presidential election do you have to register again to vote in the 2008 presidential election?
You must be 18 years old and be a legal resident of the place that you want to vote. You will need documents that prove your age and your residency. You will probably need a birth certificate or passport to prove you are a US citizen and evidence such as a utility bill or tax receipt to prove your residency. Most places you have to register to vote some number of days before the election…
Get a job and move into your own apartment. Then register to vote and file your taxes from your new address. Invite your mom over for Thanksgiving dinner at YOUR place next year. Get a job and move into your own apartment. Then register to vote and file your taxes from your new address. Invite your mom over for Thanksgiving dinner at YOUR place next year.
Your vote is private, and no one will know who you voted for but you. In some states, you may need to register with a party to vote in that parties primary (which you can do with your state board of elections), but in a general election, you may vote for whomever you want, regardless of your party affiliation.