You may choose to apply for voter registration online, by mail, or in person. Online Begin the registration process with TurboVote by clicking here. TurboVote will help you complete an online registration form which you can then download and mail to your state’s election office. Some states allow you to complete the entire process online; in these cases TurboVote can direct you to your state’s registration site. Mail Download the National Mail Voter Registration Form (NMVRF). You can also find NMVRF and state voter registration forms at libraries, public schools, and city and county clerks’ offices. Complete the form and submit it by mail according to the instructions. The NMVRF has a "State Instructions" section that lists the requirements for each state. North Dakota, Wyoming, and the U.S. territories American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands do not accept the NMVRF. New Hampshire accepts the form only as a request for a state absentee voter mail-in registration form. In Person Apply to register to vote at: State or local voter registration or election offices The department of motor vehicles Public assistance agencies Armed services recruitment centers State-funded programs that serve people with disabilities Any public facility that a state has designated as a voter registration agency Find out more about voting eligibility in your state at Nonprofit VOTE.