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2018 Midterm Elections

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only

55.7%

of U.S. voting-aged population cast ballots in 2016

percentage of certain demographic groups unregistered to vote in 2016

42.7%

latinos

39.3%

milennials

32.5%

single women

30.6%

african americans

Thirteen countries with higher voter turnout than U.S. in last election
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Thx Florida!

EVERY VOTE COUNTS


George Bush defeated Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election with only a 537 vote margin after a dramatic recount in Florida.


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Gimme a recount!
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ELECTIONS BY STATE

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Incumbent Senators

Shredder

Incumbent House Representatives

Leonardo, Rafael, Donatello, Michaelangelo

Incumbent Governor

Splinter the Rat

Incumbent Senators

Walt Disney

Incumbent House Representatives

Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Pete the Cat, Mike Wazowski

Incumbent Governor

James P. Sullivan

Incumbent Senators

Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle

Incumbent House Representatives

Sandy Koufax, Willie Stargell, Tom Seaver, Derek Jeter, Yogi Berra, Hank Aaron

Incumbent Governor

Roberto Clemente

Incumbent Senators

George Washington

Incumbent House Representatives

John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln

Incumbent Governor

Barack Obama

Incumbent Senators

Phil Collins

Incumbent House Representatives

Johnny Cash, Nora Jones, Justin Vernon, Ray Charles, Dave Brubeck, Sarah Vaughn

Incumbent Governor

Peter Gabriel

Incumbent Senators

Marilynne Robinson, John Steinbeck

Incumbent House Representatives

Dave Eggers, Upton Sinclair, Jane Austen, Herman Melville, Susanne Collins

Incumbent Governor

Carson McCullers

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When can I vote?

Election day is Tuesday, November 6th, 2018. However, many cities and states offer early voting. Please contact your state's voting office for more information about early voting.

What is the legal age to vote?

The legal age to vote is 18 years old.

What are the requirements to vote?

In order to vote, you must be at least 18 years old, be a U.S. citizen, and be registered to vote.

Can I vote for anyone?

You can only vote for elections pertaining to your voting precinct. However, some states allow write-in candidates for certain electoral races. Please check with your local supervisor of elections for more information about write-in candidates.

What if I recently moved?

If you have recently moved, you must update your voter registration to reflect your new address. Otherwise, you must vote at a polling station connected to your address on file.

What identification is needed to vote?

Any valid U.S. or state photo identification documents (such as driver's license, ID card, or U.S. passport) may be used.

Can I vote online?

You cannot vote online. You must visit your voting precinct or use an absentee or mail-in ballot in order to vote.

How do I get an absentee or mail-in ballot?

You can contact your local supervisor of elections or city hall to find more information about obtaining an absentee or mail-in ballot.

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