There's good news for unregistered voters in 21 states across the US. If you haven't registered and live in one of the following states you can still go to the polls on Election Day, register and cast your ballot!
It's possible in: Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Find your polling place by checking in State Voting Information.
Once you're there, make sure you know your rights. If you make a mistake on your ballot, you're absolutely allowed to ask for a new one. If the machines are down at your polling station, it's your right to ask for a paper ballot. And if you're citizenship or criminal record are questioned, you can call the Election Protection Hotline for more information on your rights.
Perhaps most importantly, if you are turned away at the polls, ask for a provisional ballot with a receipt.
If you have voted already, Election Day will be about anxiously watching the results. Combine that with a global pandemic and climate crisis and it has never been more important to take care of our mental health. We've compiled some helpful resources to help you find the support you need to get you through 2020.