What is the pre-registration deadline to register to vote?

The pre-registration deadline is 15 days before all elections. After that date, anyone wishing to vote, either absentee or at the polls, must go through the Election Day registration process. This process must be done in-person either at the Auditor’s Office when voting absentee or at the polling location on Election Day. To avoid delays when voting, everyone is strongly encouraged to get registered or update their registration before the preregistration deadline. Voters who are not registered or have moved since the last time voting, may have to vote a provisional ballot if they cannot meet identification requirements at the polls.

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1. How do I register to vote?
2. What is the pre-registration deadline to register to vote?
3. How do I determine my residence for voter registration purposes?
4. I've lost my voter registration card. How do I get it replaced?
5. If I am already registered to vote, do I have to register again before each election?
6. Can someone with the power of attorney sign a voter registration form on a voter's behalf?
7. Is my voter registration record information considered public information?
8. Can the status of my voter registration change?
9. How do I change my address before an election?