A Future Voter is a teen who is pre-registered to vote. Citizens may pre-register to vote at age 16 and will be automatically eligible to vote and sent a ballot during the first election after their 18th birthday.
What is the Future Voter Program?
It is a program led by the Auditor's office guiding students to get the word out to those who can pre-register.
Who can participate in the Future Voter Program?
The Auditor's Office is partnering with high schools and SPSCC's Running Start Program to find individuals who want to make a positive change in their communities and are committed to spreading the word about the new Future Voter Law.
Do you or someone you know want to participate in the Future Voter Program?
We are looking for hardworking, reliable, motivated, and enthusiastic high school students who are passionate about the civic process. Students who are 16 or 17 years old with a desire to promote voter registration and are willing to communicate effectively with their peers are encouraged to participate.
What is the time commitment?
2-4 hours a month. Participants will help orchestrate voter registration drives at their schools and help promote the Future Voter Program.