I'm turning 18 right before the election. When can I register? When can I vote?
If you are turning 18 before the next general election date, you can register. You can vote in both the primary and general election, even if you are not 18 on the primary election date.

However, you will not be eligible to vote on school board members, political party precinct committeemen or political party state convention delegates elected at the primary election.

For more information, please visit the Voter Registration Process and Forms page.

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1. Where can I register to vote?
2. Can I request my registration to be cancelled?
3. How can I find out if I am registered to vote at my current address?
4. If I move, or change my address, do I need to make changes to my voter registration?
5. I'm homeless, can I still register to vote?
6. Am I eligible to register to vote in St. Joseph County?
7. I'm turning 18 right before the election. When can I register? When can I vote?
8. Do I have to present personal identification documents when I register to vote?
9. What if I move right before an election?
10. What is my Voter Identification Number as required on the voter registration form?
11. Where will I vote?