How To Register To Vote For Donald Trump

On November 8, millions of Americans will cast their ballots for president, as well as numerous other down-ballot races. Given how hostile America has become to men in the past eight years under Obama—as well as Hillary Clinton’s openly anti-male, anti-white platform and demonstrable mental and physical health problems—the stakes have never been higher in a presidential race. While he’s far from perfect, Donald Trump is the only candidate who has the potential to turn the tide against leftist degeneracy, or at least hit the pause button.

Because of this, Return of Kings is urging our readers to register to vote and cast their ballots for Trump. To help you do this, we’ve assembled this guide showing you how to register in every state, as well as Washington, D.C. To help do your part to elect President Trump, read on…

Alabama

To vote in Alabama, you must register by October 24. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Alaska

To vote in Alaska, you must register by October 9. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Arizona

To vote in Arizona, you must register by October 10. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Arkansas

To vote in Arkansas, you must register by October 10. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

California

To vote in California, you must register by October 24. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Colorado

To vote in Colorado, you must register by October 31. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Connecticut

To vote in Connecticut, you must register by November 1. You can register online by going here and following the instructions. Please note that the online registration system is not available between the hours of 11pm and 6am Eastern.

Delaware

To vote in Delaware, you must register by October 15. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

District of Columbia

To vote in Washington, D.C., you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Florida

To vote in Florida, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Georgia

To vote in Georgia, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Hawaii

To vote in Hawaii, you must register by October 10. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Idaho

To vote in Idaho, you must register by October 14. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Illinois

To vote in Illinois, you must register by October 23. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Indiana

To vote in Indiana, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Iowa

To vote in Iowa, you must register by October 29. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Kansas

To vote in Kansas, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Kentucky

To vote in Kentucky, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Louisiana

To vote in Louisiana, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Maine

To vote in Maine, you must register by October 18. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Maryland

To vote in Maryland, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Massachusetts

To vote in Massachusetts, you must register by October 19. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Michigan

To vote in Michigan, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Minnesota

To vote in Minnesota, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Mississippi

To vote in Mississippi, you must register by October 8. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Missouri

To vote in Missouri, you must register by October 12. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Montana

To vote in Montana, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Nebraska

To vote in Nebraska, you must register by October 21. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Nevada

To vote in Nevada, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions. Please note that the online registration system is not available between the hours of midnight and 2am Pacific Tuesday through Saturday, 4 and 6am Pacific Thursday, 8pm and midnight Pacific Saturday, and 9pm and midnight Pacific Sunday.

New Hampshire

To vote in New Hampshire, you must register by October 29. New Hampshire requires voters to register with their local election officers; click here for more information.

New Jersey

To vote in New Jersey, you must register by October 18. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

New Mexico

To vote in New Mexico, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

New York

To vote in New York, you must register by October 14. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

North Carolina

To vote in North Carolina, you must register by October 14. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

North Dakota

North Dakota does not require you to register to vote; you simply need to show up at your polling place on Election Day with a valid state ID. Click here for more information.

Ohio

To vote in Ohio, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Oklahoma

To vote in Oklahoma, you must register by October 14. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Oregon

To vote in Oregon, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Pennsylvania

To vote in Oregon, you must register by October 11. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Rhode Island

To vote in Rhode Island, you must register by October 9. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

South Carolina

To vote in South Carolina, you must register by October 8. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

South Dakota

To vote in South Dakota, you must register by October 24. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Tennessee

To vote in Tennessee, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Texas

To vote in Texas, you must register by October 11. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Utah

To vote in Utah, you must register by November 1. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Vermont

To vote in Vermont, you must register by November 2. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Virginia

To vote in Virginia, you must register by October 17. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Washington

To vote in Washington, you must register by October 10. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

West Virginia

To vote in West Virginia, you must register by October 18. You can register online by going here and following the instructions.

Wisconsin

To vote in Wisconsin, you must register by October 19. You can register in person or by mail; click here for more information.

Wyoming

To vote in Wyoming, you must register by October 25. Wyoming requires voters to register with their local election officers; click here for more information.

We strongly urge you to register to vote as soon as possible so that you are ready to go by the time early voting begins (if your state has it) or Election Day rolls around. With the threat that Hillary Clinton poses to American men, you cannot afford to sit this presidential race out.

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99 thoughts on “How To Register To Vote For Donald Trump”

  1. And remember, these instructions are only applicable if you wish to vote for Trump. If you wish to vote for Hillary, the deadline was 20 minutes ago.

    1. If you’re voting for Hillary you take a 38, put it in your mouth, say ‘HILLDOG!’ and pull the trigger.

  2. I am a citizen of Mexico and I really needed this list. I’m sure it’ll also be of interest to all my dead relatives. Thanks!

  3. I’m voting for Chthulu. Screw this “lesser of two evils” shit.

        1. I believe it’s burkini. Edit before Monseur comes rolling in like an angry wheel of Camembert.

        2. For the sake of escargot and he GERMAN built Eiffel Tower, are you looking to make the French riot, coz that’s how you make the French riot.

        3. Do your worst, you silly French kuh-niggets!
          We all know when the going gets tough, the French pull out their specially made French Army Knives (not to be confused with Swiss Army Knives):

        1. the latter’s not really demonstrable, even if Trump borrowed from / did business with Soros a decade or so back

        2. yeah, pretty much, but it isn’t clear yet whether he’s functioning as one of its administrators. Also his position on immigration may have been moderated because he’s got new advisers

        3. and I bet his new advisors’ favorite letters are C, F, and R….necessarily in that order

        4. Could be. I’m not aware they are. Elites hedge their bets to ensure they win, or at least don’t lose in any eventuality. Trump has to work them to some extent, but that may not mean that he necessarily has to do their bidding, even if it almost does mean that he needs to tread carefully. By alluding to CFR though you’re suggesting he will need to toe the line with respect to foreign policy, but that of course is one of the big issues, given his comparative isolationism

        5. Hillary, Yes Trump No. Hillary is a globalist or whatever she and Bill need to pivot to for a donation fee.

  4. What about expats living abroad, do they need to register in their state or local embassy/consulate?
    Thank me later ‘Murica!

    1. If you’re truly expat, I believe that means you are no longer a citizen.

      1. Not an US citizen GOJ, if you’re on holiday to France or Germany you could possibly vote at the embassy.
        ” An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a person temporarily or permanently residing, as an immigrant, in a country other than that of their citizenship. The word comes from the Latin terms ex (“out of”) and patria (“country, fatherland”).”

      2. False. Unless you have renounced citizenship. Voting might be a problem if you do not have a state residence, but plenty of expats keep their passports and vote.

  5. Information on how to choose between two assholes:
    1. Get a good movie through Pirate Bay.
    2. Buy Nachos and dip. Or a steak and broccoli if you care about your figure.
    3. Sit down on your couch in the laziest way you can think of.
    4. Forget about everything but the movie.
    This instruction manual is compatible with all 50 states. 50? 51? Who cares.

        1. It’s a lobbyist issue. Part of his sell is that he’s not quite so beholden to them. Whether that’s true or not will become apparent in time if he’s elected

        1. A former friend of mine had his computer on 24/7 downloading torrents. He had one of those Plug-and-Play USB hard drive connectors and two big drawers full of hard drives with a few hard drives for every letter in the alphabet.

        2. I did that for so long. I have a lot of external hard drives filled with content. I am still organizing books into Cailbre which, by the by, is awesome if you pirate books and is free

        3. I can’t get myself to read digital books. I just can’t.
          Btw, do you know Fansadox comics? There is a big collection of PDFs floating on the internet. You may like it.

        4. Yeah I have all the comics ever. You should work on your digital book phobia. I have the fucking library of Alexandria on my phone

        5. There is nothing like paper and ink. Plus no one can delete my books. Tom I am in full agreement, about digital books.

        6. Heh. They can be burned.
          Joke aside, a book I liked fell into a river. When I pulled it out, it was twice as thick and had a few dead insects in it.
          I still own it and it still ‘works’.
          If I was to carry an easily damaged or stolen and 300 USD device with me that also needs to be loaded, just to read, say at a beach on a sunny day, I would not bother.

        7. $300 USD seems very excessive IMO for a tablet to use as an “eReader”.
          It’s also a sunk cost if you have a smartphone already.

        8. A normal tablet is worse than useless in many situations. It also does not last long in terms of batteries. There are special eReaders with digital tint that work in full sunlight.

      1. It depends on the context. If I had the money, I would mostly choose the steak, I guess. Then again, I sometimes just like to eat something really cheap.

        1. So, we’re buried in a hole, one arm tied behind our back, woman is armed with a sack of rocks and can move freely, and all we have is our privilege?
          ……think the odds are still stacked against those poor women.

        2. And all men (meaning women) are created equal. Bwahahaha!
          The same occurs everyday in our fine country. The dispute is called divorce and the ring known as court, where the man always is always fighting his way out of a hole with one arm tied behind his back.

    1. I guess this is where that saying “Ill beat you up w/one hand tied behind my back” comes from?

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    2. did he get to pick which hole or was that what the fight was about in the first place?

  6. Timely article. I registered earlier today. The deadline can creep up on you if you’re not careful. Do it right now so you don’t forget! I would also recommend applying for a mail-in ballot, to reduce the cheating that we can expect.
    Trump is the underdog in this race, and is facing incredible opposition. A reminder that every vote for any other candidate is a vote for Hillary. It is a simple binary choice. I will not let anyone around me try to claim they are voting for Johnson, Stein, or whatever. I point out that they are actually voting for Hillary, but are too cowardly to say as much.
    At this point there is simply no excuse for any intelligent heterosexual man to not vote for Trump.

  7. Grandma got run over by a liberal
    Walking home from our house ‘lection Eve
    You may say that Hillary’s not evil
    But as for me and grandma we believe…

      1. Dominic the Xmas Donkey
        Had a very ‘talian nose
        And if you ever saw it
        You would even say it grows…
        All of the other donkeys
        Used to laugh and call him names
        They wouldn’t let poor Dominic
        Join in any liberal games…
        Then one foggy Xmas Eve
        Hillary came to say
        Dominic with your nose so huge
        Won’t you help my subterfuge…

        1. jiggety jig(hee-haw, hee-haw) its time to kiss the donkey
          jiggety jig(hee-haw, hee-haw) the progressive shitlib donkey
          la la la, la la, la la la la, la la la….

        2. bonus if you can do it with Che La Luna.
          Bonus Bonus if you actually know the words and translation of Che la Luna
          Bonus bonus bonus if you know if from someplace other than the godfather.

      2. jiggedy jig hee haw hee haw
        It’s Hilary the donkey
        Jiggedy Jig Hee haw hee haw
        The cuntish dykey donkey

    1. Well done, my only criticism could be that it’s actually Ray Stevens and his grandpa that believe, as grandma is either dead or knocked out by the reindeer.
      His songs are so politically incorrect but wonderful. Where else can you mock Baptists, Arabs, Shriners, Rednecks, Africans, Cops, Soviets, and that’s just off the top of my head.
      “We don’t wanna start no nuclear fight (oooOOOooo), we just want to have a beach party toniiiight.” Funnier than hell, especially sung like the Beach Boys.

      1. Thank you, kind sir. Ray wouldn’t stand a chance of getting one of those songs any major airplay today…he was really something. Nowadays, he’d have to write something like, “I got bitches on the wing, and they all be wearin’ bling, and I’m gonna kill the white man and be livin’ like a king,” etc.

    2. (Make that “grandpa”, not “grandma”, in the last line, as pointed out by the eagle-eyed Mr. Stranahan…)

    3. Ooh! Ooh! I have one! *Ahem*
      Humpty Trumpty sat on his wall.
      Hillary’s ego had a great fall.
      All of Trump’s agents
      And all of Trump’s board
      Carried her off to the psychotic ward.
      Eh– maybe I wasn’t cut out for nursery rhymes. Next time, a haiku.

  8. Sadly, I’ve concluded a Trump win will only delay the inevitable.
    Women and Mexicans vote leftist, it’s gravity.
    Only white males seem to comprehend the concept of limited government, private property, etc….
    After 1 Trump term it will be permanently democrat and bankrupt.
    All the sweat and labor over hundreds of years to create US and 2 generations have thrown it all away.

  9. 8 million + Americans overseas, register to vote from abroad before Hillary ruins your life with Citizenship Based Taxation. FATCA and disregarding your security.

  10. I eagerly await MELANIA’S overhaul of the girl’s school PE curriculum. The PELVIC THRUST and the BELLY DANCE HIP SHIMMY are skills that females sadly never learn in their forced public schooling. Michelle Obama had her chance with the school breakfast guidelines so now it’s Melania’s turn. To reduce the risk of girls succumbing to the obtusity and hambeastery of the previous generation of sjw’s, BELLY DANCING should be required course material for girls. (Ironman training and cases of protein powder should be readily available for all boys in school as well). Girls should have the option of majoring in PE and home-ec!! A typical girls PE class should look like this:

    The hips are extremely important to exercise for a woman to avoid the sjw spare tire. So much of a woman’s value lies in her mid section and it is imperative for women to tone and exercise every single muscle in the mid latitude regions.

    Trump must make sure the PE coaches are paid well. The beauty of OUR NATION is at stake for God’s sake.

    The sideways hip shimmy is Egyptian/Lebanese in origin but I see no reason why obese western women, the great American gastropods can’t be open to mediterranian culture so long as we’re not invaded by it. You don’t have to be Mexican to eat at Taco Bell nor do you have to be middle eastern to walk like an Egyptian. And by doing the exercises and learning the belly dance, the payoff is a neat slim waistline. If you’ve ever been squashed like a bug underneath a hambeast you’ll scream for Trump and for Melania’s reforms for the hoardes of overweight women. Ever seen an sjw with a ‘pear’ shaped torseau and cellulite folds do this:
    http://24.media.tumblr.com/0023ee9681d4cb74e645642ff2c6210b/tumblr_mzflouq4Hu1r70ko6o1_500.gif
    Let’s make America SHAKIN’ again.

    1. My first hand experience is that pelvic barbell thrusts are the leading cause of bad deadlift form. I think I have done permeant damage to my lower back losing focus right before lifts in the gym.

  11. Trump’s latest gaffe, his “lurch to the left” is being attributed to the hag who is inexplicably his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway.
    The last time Trump shot himself in the foot like this was when he heeded the advice of another leftist woman, his daughter Ivanka.
    The Donald can “love” and “cherish” women more than anyone, like he often says, but he’d do best to stop taking their political advice. Maybe he needs to be linked to this site.

  12. Don’t let us down, my American friends. More than just your country is hoping Trump has his chance to prove his worth. Vote!

  13. At this time, I wish there was a “rest of the world” US state.
    Actually, scratch that.. I’ve seen and heard too many non-US Shillary-loving leftist toads, Trump would probably lose that state.

  14. Fuck it I registered to vote for Trump…I am confident though that he will drop out or be put down by Hillary and Company.

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