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Student Voters - If you attend Baylor away from home and are registered to vote at your parents' address, you have several voting options. You may register to vote at your Baylor residence or keep your voter registration current at your parents' address. You decide where you reside for voting purposes, but you cannot register in both locations. If you keep your voter registration at your parents' address and will not be home during the early voting period or on Election Day, you can request that a ballot by mail be sent to you at your college address. Requesting an application for ballot to be mailed to you.


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Upcoming Elections

Election Day is November 5, 2013. To register in time to vote, your application must be postmarked 30 days prior to the election. Listed above are a few links where you can register to vote online. Please note that you are not officially registered to vote simply by filling out the online registration form. A completed form will be sent to you in the mail that you must then sign and return. You may also pick up a registration form in the Office of Government Relations, located in Pat Neff, suite 306. If you have any concerns or questions, please call x 1453 or email ogr@baylor.edu. All registration forms must be postmarked by Monday, October 7, 2013.