Mid-term elections in November are approaching rapidly, and Google wants to check if you are participating.
As Tuesday the election day is just six weeks away, Google thought it was time to use a campaign-style Doodle to remind US voters that they would actually sign up on November 6.
Doodle links to the Google search term "How to subscribe to voting # Registered ToVote" and displays voter registration sites such as USA.gov and official resources at the state level. Because the site contains information on the registration method and location, it helps you to determine whether you have the authority to vote and update the registration information and to check whether the registration information is updated. There is no hole in the process until you hit them.
While the Democratic Party seems to be able to regain control of the House, Doodle is in an important election. In the CBS News vote released on Sunday, when the election took place on Tuesday, the Democratic Party decided to acquire 224 seats (the majority requiring 218 or more seats).
If you are a fan of Google Doodles, please draw attention as the election approaches. During the White House 's 2016 run, Google released a series of cute Doodles and urged voters to go to the polling station. Doodles contains links to information on regional measures and candidates, such as polling stations where you can vote and how to vote in English and Spanish.
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