Some state government websites enable you to register to vote online, and some send you a voter registration card to confirm your registration after completing the process. To find online registration information, check your state's Office of the Secretary of State, Department of Motor Vehicles or Division of Elections.
If you live in Texas, apply for voter registration by filling out a state registration form. You normally receive your voter registration certificate, which is a proof of your registration, within about a month after registering. Your registration certificate shows your name and precinct. Take your Texas registration card along with a photo ID with you to vote.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles providers voter registration services for Florida residents when they get their driving licenses or vehicles registered. The department then sends the voter registration application to the appropriate election officials, who, in turn, mail your official registration card to your address.
In Alabama, either download a voter registration form from the elections website, or request one. Fill it out and send it to the appropriate board of registrars. The board then reviews your eligibility to vote and then sends you your voter identification card through the mail.