Google wants you to get out and vote in the upcoming election on Nov. 6.
To urge citizens to participate, the tech giant’s doodle team created a patriotic graphic with buttons and all for United States National Voter Registration Day 2018 on Tuesday. A click-through leads to an informational tool to help folks register in their state.
Georgians have two weeks left to register to vote, and they can do so online, in person or by mail. The official deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 9.
As The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported, registered voters will be eligible to participate in the Nov. 6 election for governor between Democrat Stacey Abrams, Republican Brian Kemp and Libertarian Ted Metz, plus elections for U.S. Congress, secretary of state, attorney general, state schools superintendent and the General Assembly.
Some reminders ahead of the Nov. 6 election:
- Not sure if you’re registered? Check on your registration status by clicking here.
- Register to vote by Oct. 9.
- Check out your county’s sample ballot ahead of the election.
- Find your polling place here.
- Don’t forget to bring photo identification when voting in person.
More information about the 2018 midterm elections:
- Midterm 2018: Here are the Senate races that you should be watching
- Midterm 2018: House races you should be watching
- Midterm 2018: What should you do if you are denied the right to vote? Here are some tips
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