This Democratic primary and the Presidential Election in November are without a doubt THE defining elections of our lifetimes. If there was ever a time to sit it out on the sidelines, this is not it. Ignore all that speculation about what someone in another part of the country might do or think (in the end, your vote is your personal patriotic decision) and the rampant fear mongering about electability (need we remind you that a woman won the popular vote in 2016 and women took the country by storm in 2018?). So buck up, do your research, support the candidate you love -- and vote.
1 Confirm you are registered to vote: https://www.usa.gov/confirm-voter-registration
If you missed registration, don’t worry, you should still be able to do same-day registration and voting at select polling places. Do a Google search for same-day registration polling places for your area.
If you are a college student, you can register to vote in the city of your school, or you can choose to vote absentee in your home county (if you are registered there). Make a choice now and then Google it to figure out how to vote.
2 Make sure you know where your polling place is ahead of time and make a plan for getting there to vote on election day. Google “find my polling place in [insert your state]” if you haven't’ received information in the mail about it already.
3 Vote on March 3! If you get to your polling place and for any reason you are not listed on your polling location's registered voters list (and you are sure you registered), ask for a conditional ballot so that your vote can still be counted.