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The League of Women Voters of Naperville is Metea today to register students as voters before the Nov. 6 midterm elections. Today is National Voter Registration Day. Students who are turning 18 before Nov. 6 can register early and vote on election day.

Students need two pieces of identification, including one that proves their address. Illinois also has same-day registration at most polls.

“It’s your voice, you’re running the country; you better be involved,” Director Voter Services Chair of The League of Women Voters of Naperville Annette Smith said.

“[It’s important for students to vote] because otherwise normal people wouldn’t really be represented,” senior and new voter Chris Kiefer said.

Students can register by going to the registrars around the school. Students can also register online at ova.elections.il.gov. From periods 1 through 2 the registrar will be by D112, from 3 through 6 they will be in the LMC, they will be at D108 during period 7 and D223 during period 8.

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4 Responses to “Students register to vote on National Voter Registration Day”

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