To go to the Lancaster County Election Commissioner's website, click HERE.
The presidential election is only seven weeks away and now is the time to make sure you're registered to vote.
You can register in person or by mail.
There will be registration events happening across the county over the next few weeks.
Volunteers can help you fill out the registration form and answer any questions you may have.
You can also register in person at the Lancaster County Election Commission Office located at 601 North 48th Street.
Otherwise, you can download the form off the internet and mail it in.
Forms must be postmarked by October 18th.
You can register in person until October 26th.
The commission will then send you a polling card to let you know where to cast your ballot.
If you've moved since the last election, you must update your address with the commission so you vote at the correct location.
You're asked to double check your polling place, because some have changed.
Election officials say presidential elections are always bigger than local ones, with more people registering and voting on election day.
If you want to vote, you're asked to register as soon as possible so everything is ready by the general election on November 6th.