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It's Voter Registration Day. Here's how to register if you don't know where to start.


It's Voter Registration Day. Here's how to register if you don't know where to start.

WATCH| Here are three ways you can register to vote on Voter Registration Day

It's National Voter Registration Day, also known as the final push before November 8th.

Even Hollywood's biggest names are getting into the spirit.

Still haven't registered to vote? Don't feel bad. You're definitely not alone. 

In 2008, six million Americans didn't vote, because they either missed a registration deadline or didn't know how to register.

Now, thanks to today's technology, you have a variety of mobile-friendly options to get signed up.

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TurboVote partners with Snapchat

OPTION 1: Register to vote on Snapchat

Snapchat let's users register to vote in seconds with a swipe.

Just click on the 10-second clips and you'll be directed to the TurboVote website.

OPTION 2: Register to vote on Uber

Uber has partnered with Google to provide drivers with access to the search giant's "how to vote" tool.

The ride-share app sent out an email and social media blast with a link to the search engine.

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Facebook profile screen grab

OPTION 3: Register to vote on Facebook

Facebook is sending push notification reminders to users to register to vote. 

Click to the "Register Now" option and proceed to sign up.

Be sure to mark your calendar, because registration deadlines vary by state.

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