Check the voter registration deadline in your state

Voters in more than half of the states will need to register before Election Day to cast a ballot in the 2022 midterm elections. The Post has compiled this list of registration deadlines to help you participate.

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The earliest deadline in any state to register to vote in the Nov. 8 general election is Oct. 9. About 20 states allow voters to both register and vote on Election Day while the rest halt registration sometime in the weeks or days prior.

Some states have different registration deadlines depending on whether you plan to register online, by mail or in person. The deadlines on this page represent the latest possible deadline, but you can find more detailed information on your state’s registration process using the links below.

Not sure if you’re registered already? You can check your registration status on vote.org.

Not sure which congressional district you’re in? We have a tool for that.

Sources: State election official websites, Vote.gov, Vote.org, Democracy Works and National Conference of State Legislatures.

The 2022 Midterm Elections

Georgia runoff election: Sen. Raphael G. Warnock (D) won re-election in the Georgia Senate runoff, defeating Republican challenger Herschel Walker and giving Democrats a 51st seat in the Senate for the 118th Congress. Get live updates here and runoff results by county.

Divided government: Republicans narrowly won back control of the House, while Democrats will keep control of the Senate, creating a split Congress.

What the results mean for 2024: A Republican Party red wave seems to be a ripple after Republicans fell short in the Senate and narrowly won control in the House. Donald Trump announced his 2024 presidential campaign shortly after the midterms. Here are the top 10 2024 presidential candidates for the Republicans and Democrats.

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