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When you vote, you are uplifting the Muslim voice, and setting us all up for success in the National elections. Make sure your voice is heard in the 2022 Elections.

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State Registration + Voting Day Requirements


Each State has it’s own rules, so click below to learn more about your state’s registration and voting rules:

Who Can Vote?

To vote in U.S Elections you must: 

  • Be a U.S citizen 
  • At least 18 years old on or before Election Day 
  • Meet your state’s residency requirements
  • Be registered to vote by your state’s voter registration deadline. (North Dakota does not require voter registration)
Who is ineligible to vote?
  • Permanent legal residents, as well as non-citizens
  • Some people who have been convicted of felonies. State laws differ. For further information on your state’s election laws, contact your state’s elections administration.
  • There are some persons who are mentally ill. State laws differ.
  • In the general election for president: Citizens of the United States who live in US territory
  • If you have any queries about who can and cannot vote, contact your state or local election authority.
How to Register to Vote
  • Can I Vote allows you to check your registration status.
  • If you haven’t yet registered to vote, go to to learn more. This page will give you information about your registration options, including whether you may register online.
Where do I find my polling place?
On Election Day, what are my basic rights?

Your legal rights:

  • Stay in line if the polls close while you’re still in line — you have the right to vote.
  • If you make a mistake on your ballot, you can request a replacement.
  • If your voting place’s machines are down, request a paper ballot.
  • Call the Election Protection Hotline if you have any problems or queries on Election Day:

English: 1-866-OUR-VOTE / 1-866-687-8683

Which States Allow Same Day Voter Registration?




District of Columbia 










New Hampshire 

New Mexico 






What Requirements are needed for Same Day Registration
  • Proof of Residency: In all states that offer same-day registration, proof of residency is required. Election authorities have time to send a non-forwardable mailing to the prospective voter in a traditional (pre-Election Day) registration in order to verify the voter’s residence before processing the registration application in a traditional (pre-Election Day) registration. The prospective voter must provide proof of residency at the moment of registration or shortly afterward. In all states, a valid driver’s license or identification card will suffice. In certain areas, proof of residency might be as simple as a paycheck or a utility statement showing an address.A few states additionally allow an already-registered voter to attest for an Election Day registrant’s residency.

  • Voter ID: All SDR states additionally require voters to produce identification verification when registering and voting on Election Day. Some states demand a photo ID, while others permit non-photo IDs.



A History of Voter Suppression. (2020, September 23). National Low Income Housing Coalition.

Know Your Rights. (n.d.). Voting Rights.

Same Day Voter Registration. (2021, September 20). National Conference of State Legislatures.

USA Gov. (2021, October 4). Who Can and Can’t Vote in U.S Elections.

Voter ID Laws. (n.d.).