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Yesterday was National Register to Vote Day, and you know what that means: celebrities flood your social feeds with 'vote' t-shirts, urging you to make your voice heard in the upcoming elections.

Sometimes the message can get lost in all of the posts, and I've had friends and family members who have told me that despite all these urgings from those we see on TV, it still seems difficult to figure out the ins and outs of becoming a registered voter.

I'm here to tell you: it's so freaking easy. 

So easy, in fact, you don't even have to leave your couch. Below, we give you resources that allow you to register to vote in the comfort of your own home, and make sure you're ready to make your voice heard in the upcoming November election.

Remember: voting is an American right, and is an important one to take advantage of. Know your issues, educate yourself on your personal stance, and get ready for November!

How to vote

This site makes everything easy: it walks you through the registration process step-by-step, and even allows you to volunteer in your area for your local cause.

2. New Belgium

Your favorite neighborhood brewery gives you so many resources for voting season: register, find polling centers, and even vote early.

3. Vote.gov

Our own government wants to make sure we're ready for November, and this online portal takes care of everything for you.

4. Just listen to Tom Hanks

He always knows what to do.

Make sure you're registered to vote by the deadline.

Cheers, and happy voting!