Google offers voter registration service

Almost all the people in New York caught sight of a personalized message when they visited Google homepage in the morning. The message reminded them that today was the last day. For voter registration in Empire State before the elections for the next American president began.

Google voter registration service

How to Register to Vote

All the people who clicked on the personalized message were directed towards the Google voter registration guidelines. These are made available in two languages, English and Spanish. It also provided the link to the state DMV website.

At this website, prospective voters may get themselves registered with the help of their driver’s license, non-driver ID and permits. The DMV website would forward the registration form to the board of elections of the resident.

When the prospective voter wants to check out whether his/her form had been received by the proper authorities, they could use the voter registration search engine.

Google voter registration guidelines

The user is promptly forwarded to the Google voter registration guidelines. As soon as he/she click on the voter registration button on Google homepage.

The Google service would also include instruction for people who choose to register themselves personally or with the help of a mail service. It is imperative, however, that the process is completed today.

Google voter registration guidelines

Any resident of New York who opts for voter registration must be a citizen of the United States of America. He/she must be 18 years of above on the day of the election which will be held on the 8th of November.

He/she must be residing in New York as of 9th October. Any New Yorker who wants to vote must be a U.S. citizen who will be at least 18 years old on Election Day, November 8, and who resides in New York as of October 9. Prospective voter who is seeking to cast his/her vote must not be in a prison or on parole.

However, such a person has been declared not fit to vote by any court. He/she must not have his / her vote registered in any other state.

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Bill Schroder

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