Your county clerk's office should have a record of all registered voters.
You have to be !8 or older
You no if you are registered to vote when you are 13,16,or 18and older and by going to the community center not the one with all the stores the one where you pay the electricity and you have to ask them if you are registered to vote or not.does that answer your question.
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You automaticlly are if you are an origional citizen of the U.S. And you are over the age of 18
If you're already registered, you will automatically receive your sample ballet and all the literature from the running mates. In addition, you'll probably get those annoying phone calls & such. If you're unsure or have moved, you can contact your county clerk or visit www.voterview.org
You are probably registered; if so, you'll automatically receive voting papers before the next election. However if you want to check, you could find the contact details of the office where you sent your application, and give them a call. If you don't have the details, you can ask for them at your nearest council or administrative office.
Go on the Website and check the Number and if you find it then it means you are ready to Go
A confirmation will be sent to you or call the voter's registration office if you're not sure.
I have fill the form and send it to register office, but I am not sure I am register to vote or not