Can my son/daughter vote in state and federal elections while at Marlboro?
Marlboro will encourage and assist students in voting while they are here. The first step is for students to register to vote. Students may register at their parents’ address, and this is the best option if they hold a drivers license or other identification at that address, since they will need proof of residency to register and to vote. The best way to register to vote is in person, at your locality, town or county offices. Voting is regulated by states and localities, and students can most easily learn the rules from local voting officials. Once at Marlboro, students have several options for voting. Many will arrange to receive absentee ballots. Voting by mail requires attention to deadlines, which are set by the states. State government web sites are a good source of voter information. Students who live within an easy drive of Marlboro may return home to vote, either on election day or during the weeks prior to election day; many states allow voting at town or city officesduring th