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UPDATE:

If you live in NV, SC, MS, AK, RI, TN, HI, or WA and are mailing in your voter registration form then they MUST BE POSTMARKED BY 10/6/12 (there’s no mail service on Sunday or Monday, which is Columbus Day). Please see below for FULL registration details in these states and SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS SO THEY ALL KNOW TOO.

SATURDAY (10/6) VOTER REG DEADLINES:

1. Nevada –

Online: There is online voter registration, but you must have a current and valid driver’s license or state-issued ID to complete the process. The deadline is Oct 6th.
By Mail: If you don’t have the state-issued ID, you must print and mail in a voter registration form by Saturday. The form must be postmarked by October 6th, to be received by the deadline.
In-Person: You can also go to the county clerk & registrars office and register in person through Oct. 16, 2012.2. South Carolina –
The deadline to register by mail or in-person is Saturday, October 6th. All forms must be postmarked by tomorrow.

3. Mississippi –
The deadline to register by mail or in-person is Saturday, October 6th. All forms must be postmarked by tomorrow.

SUNDAY (10/7) VOTER REG DEADLINES:

1. Alaska –
The deadline to register to vote is Sunday, October 7th. But since the post-office isn’t open on Sunday, all voter registration forms must by postmarked by Saturday, October 6th.

2. Rhode Island –
The deadline to register to vote is Sunday, October 7th. But since the post-office isn’t open on Sunday, all voter registration forms must by postmarked by Saturday, October 6th.

MONDAY (10/8) VOTER REG DEADLINES:

**Three states have a deadline on Monday. But since Monday is a federal holiday, the forms must be postmarked by Saturday!

1. Tennessee –
The deadline is October 8th. You can register in person up until the 8th – though the county offices will not have regular hours since it’s a holiday. Best to submit your voter registration in person or postmark the form by Saturday, October 6th. If registering by mail, the last day to send the form is Saturday, October 6th.

2. Hawaii –
The deadline is October 8th. The form must be postmarked by the deadline date of October 8th – but since the post offices will be closed on Sunday and Monday, the forms should be postmarked by Saturday, October 6th.

3. Washington –
The deadline is October 8th. If you have a current and valid driver’s license or state identification card, you can register online using the RTV tool through Monday, October 8th. If you do not have a state-issued ID, you will need to print, sign, and mail in the form – and the form needs to be postmarked by Saturday, October 6th.

Look Up Radio has teamed up with Rock The Vote!  Speak up! Stand up and be counted! Let your voice be heard in this election!  If you are not registered to vote, just turned 18, or  you have recently moved – click on “Register To Vote” at the top-right of the page now.

About Rock The Vote

Rock the Vote’s mission is to engage and build political power for young people in our country.

Founded twenty-one years ago at the intersection of popular culture and politics, Rock the Vote has registered more than five million young people to vote and has become a trusted source of information for young people about registering to vote and casting a ballot.  We use music, popular culture, new technologies and grassroots organizing to motivate and mobilize young people in our country to participate in every election, with the goal of seizing the power of the youth vote to create political and social change.

The Millennial Generation is diverse and huge in number, making up nearly 1/4 of the entire electorate in 2012.  This is both the challenge and the opportunity.  Rock the Vote is dedicated to building the political power of young people by engaging them in the electoral process, urging politicians to pay attention to issues that matter to young voters, and protecting their fundamental right to vote.  Our goal is to reinvigorate our country’s democracy and redefine citizenship for a generation in 2012 and beyond.