Written by Debra Murray
If you’re dying to fill out the election ballot, the process of registering to vote only takes a few minutes and allows you to contribute in elections. Registering to vote is an incredibly simple task for anyone who will be eighteen years old by the next election.
“I’m planning to register to vote because I want a say in who runs our country and makes decision for me,” said Senior Brianna Barley.
The easiest way to vote is online on https://www.vote.org/register-to-vote/kentucky/. It allows you to partake in your civic duty from your sofa without even pausing Netflix.
“I’m planning to register to vote so I can finally voice my passions on leftism and the justice that comes along with that. I want to be able to represent all of the ideas I stand for,” said Senior Austin Rivers.
Another way to register is while renewing your license at the Department of Motor Vehicles – without even filling out a different form. You can also mail in the National Mail Voter Registration form.
“I’m planning to register to vote so I can change our society and become more involved in the change I want to see in America,” said Senior Kendall Roberts.
If you’re a student who participates in the Kentucky Youth Assembly or the Kentucky United Nations Assembly, you can register to vote easily at either conference as long as you will be eighteen years old by the following election.
“I’m going to register to vote because I refuse to have a crybaby as president anymore,” said Senior Skylar Hutchison.
Registering to vote may sound intimidating and complicated, but it’s a quick and easy process.