Voter Pre-registration

Join ACS's initiative to help young people get preregistered to vote

What is Pre-registration?

Young people can register as future voters in states with pre-registration laws, even if they won’t turn 18 before Election Day. Pre-registering to vote, as early as 16 in some states, is an important first step in making your voice heard. Pre-register now and vote the moment you turn 18. For more information, listen to ACS’s call on the topic featuring Laura Brill and Mike Burns.

Get Involved

If you are in a state that offers pre-registration, consider engaging your community and future voters in the voter pre-registration effort. ACS has state specific voter pre-registration resources for you to use in high schools, libraries, civic organizations, and other public venues to help get out the word on how youth can pre-register.

Please fill out this form if you plan to participate.

Join ACS's initiative to help young people pre-register to vote.  Young people can register as future voters in states with pre-registration laws, even if they won’t turn 18 before Election Day. Pre-registering to vote, as early as 16 in some states, is an important first step in making your voice heard.