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Youngest age to register to vote?


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2009-01-09 17:08:45
2009-01-09 17:08:45

You have to be atleast seventeen to register to vote.

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You cannot cast a ballot until you at least 18 years of age, so it is obvious that you must actually register prior to the first election you are eligible to vote in. That could mean you might have to register at 17. Contact your local county Supervisor of Elections office.

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