Across the country, we've been hearing October 10th is the last day you can register to vote in the November 2016 elections, but this year you actually have an extra day.
Vickie Koelman, election administrator for Montgomery County said she encourages voters to visit the election commission office to avoid any mail issues.
Only consider yourself registered when you receive acknowledgement from your County Clerk.
Meanwhile, registered voters can vote early in-person or apply for absentee ballots beginning today.
They can go to the Secretary of State's website, download the application, fill it out and mail it in, or they can go to the Elections Office at 1308 Crickets Ave. and fill out a registration application, she said.
Amonett registered in Hamilton County, where registration workers are reporting record numbers.
State officials say a 17-year-old is eligible to register to vote, as long as he or she will be 18 on November 8.
More Hoosiers are signed up to register to vote than at any time in recent history.
Nearly 16,000 people in St. Joseph County cast an absentee ballot in person at the County-City Building or County Services Building during the previous presidential election in 2012.
To request an early voting ballot through the mail.
The deadline for a voter to request a ballot in person or by messenger is the day before Election Day: Monday, Nov. 7 by 3 p.m.
You can register to vote in person or by mail, but you cannot register online in Texas. There will be only one candidate in numerous legislative elections.
She noted that on Tuesday, the Smith County Elections Office, 302 E. Ferguson St., will be open from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.
To mail an application, send it to the Town Clerk, 1 Constitution Way, Rochester, MA 02770.