Use the National Mail Voter Registration Form to register to vote, update your registration information with a new name or address, or register with a political party.
Note: If you wish to vote absentee and are a uniformed service member or family member or a citizen living outside the U.S., contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program to register to vote.
Military and Overseas Voters
EAC has several projects under way to assist states in serving military and overseas citizens who register and vote absentee under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. Learn more
Resources for Voters with Disabilities
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University of Pennsylvania
The following articles are provided by the University of Pennsylvania Alzheimer's Disease Center:
Addressing the Ethical, Legal and Social Issues Raised by Voting Persons with Dementia
The Capacity to Vote of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease
Voting by Elderly Persons with Cognitive Impairment: Lessons from Other Democratic Nations
Identifying the barriers and challenges to voting by residents of long-term care facilities: A study of the 2003 Philadelphia mayor’s race.
Voting and Cognitive Impairment
Voting Capacity and Voting Age
Voting Capacity and Voting Rights Issues in the 2004 General Election
United States Access Board
Government Accountability Office