#1 Posted by Wolverine (4569 posts) -

I registered to vote for mayor last year, does that mean I'm registered for this election and I can just show up at the polls and vote for president? Do I have to register every year to vote? Sorry, I'm nineteen and confused. :(

#2 Posted by Kidavenger (3685 posts) -

I think once you are registered, you are in going forward, but voting for mayor has nothing to do with a federal election, they would be separate registration.

You can register on the day of the vote at the polling station though.

At least that is how it is in Canada.

#3 Posted by 1nfinitum (199 posts) -

You should have gotten a voter registration card, that and an ID is probably all you need to show up at the polls on election day. I don't know what programs are available in your state, but I recommend signing up for a mail in ballot that way you won't have to worry about these things in the future.

#4 Posted by HarlequinRiot (1098 posts) -
#5 Posted by runnah555 (146 posts) -

@Kidavenger: I thought Canadian elections were decided by consulting the Great Beaver?