The 2018 November midterm elections are only six weeks away, and Google is reminding U.S voters to register on National Voter Registration Day (Sept. 25).
With red and blue campaign-like buttons, the Doodle on Google’s main page links to the Google search term “how to register to vote #RegisterToVote” — leading to voter registration sites such as the U.S government website and official resources based on your state.
The sites also point out the deadlines and help determine if you’re eligible to vote, and how to update your registration information.
Google previously used a Doodle to prompt voter registration back in September 2016 (again, on National Voter Registration Day) ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
Meanwhile, celebrities, musicians and organizations taken to social media to spread the message, urging Americans to register before the 2018 midterm elections. Check out some of the tweets below.
TODAY is National Voter Registration Day!!! Need to register to vote? Check your voter status? Find local volunteer opportunities or sign up to get reminders for voting/absentee ballot… https://t.co/FkNw1dKnwa
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) September 24, 2018
this mid term election is important and it is here, tomorrow is national voter registration day are you signed up to vote?? we all need you to vote! — https://t.co/Fda3iCG9mP @HeadCountOrg pic.twitter.com/EhbPwkHoi7
— ?†? (@killthenoise) September 24, 2018
I will be performing TOMORROW at City Winery Nashville – Lounge in Nashville, TN for the National Voter Registration Day Benefit Show along with Mary Gauthier, Gretchen Peters & more. Whose coming? Comment below!
— emily saliers (@EmilySaliers) September 24, 2018
National Voter Registration Day is 4 days away! Why does this election matter to you? @BigBoi wants you to register to vote because #TheFutureIsVoting and you don’t want to miss the midterm elections. #RegisterToVote at https://t.co/UZn3ZeGFFJ pic.twitter.com/SjZUxf19OL
— HeadCount (@HeadCountOrg) September 21, 2018