This year is a big one in politics. On November 8, we'll have the presidential elections, which are the most important ones we have. No matter which side of the political spectrum you fall on, it's important for your voice to be heard and the way to do that is to vote.
If you've never voted before, of if you've moved since the last election, you'll need to register (or re-register) to be able to participate in this year's elections. In order to do that, you'll need to head over to USA.gov's voter Registration Page.
Once you're there, you will be guided to your state's registrations page where you'll need to follow the instructions as presented.
Since I've changed addresses, I went through the process and it didn't take me longer than five minutes. It's fast and easy, so why not register now while it's fresh in your mind?
On top of being able to register to vote, USA.gov also offers a wealth of resources that can help answer a wide range of questions you might have. From how to replace your Social Security card, getting or renewing a passport, and more, USA.gov is the site you need.