National Voter Registration Day
the fourth Tuesday in September (2012 to 2021)
the third Tuesday in September (since 2022)
National Association of Secretaries of State on September 25th, 2012
National Voter Registration Day, which was started in 2012, is a holiday celebrating democracy in the United States, in which the goal is to make sure everyone has the opportunity to vote. Awareness is raised so that tens of thousands of people register to vote who may not be reached otherwise. Volunteers work on the ground and with technology and media to make sure this happens. The day is endorsed by the National Association of Secretaries of State and State Election Directors.
How to Observe National Voter Registration Day
Celebrate the day by registering to vote if you have not yet done so. You can also sign up to be a volunteer, or create an event that volunteers can sign up at. If you are a future voter or wish to be a volunteer, you can search for events close to you. Contributing financially is another was to support National Voter Registration Day. Other resources for helping organize events and activities are also available.