In the 2018 inaugural elections, it is estimated that over 800,000 American citizens registered to vote in the elections. Voter registration helps to ensure that in each district, as many votes as possible are counted and that everyone has a say in the democracy. The day is usually just a few months before the elections, and it empowers us as the people of the country to choose our future. There are hundreds of awareness campaigns and events held nationwide around this time, to encourage us all to exercise our civic duty to vote, for our future and the future of our children.
When Is National Voter Registration Day?
The United States Voter Registration Day is observed on the fourth Tuesday of every September.
History Of National Voter Registration Day
The first National Voter Registration Day was established by the National Association of Secretaries of State on September 25th of 2012.