On the eve of National Voter Registration Day, Google is taking the opportunity to prompt voters to get registered.
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By Daniel White
September 26, 2016

On the eve of National Voter Registration Day, Google is taking the opportunity to prompt voters to get registered.

Clicking on today’s Google doodle, which flashes “Register to Vote in different languages,” leads users to the search engine’s enhanced “how to vote” feature. The search giant offers step-by-step instructions on getting registered along with all the requirements and deadlines for each state.

Google rolled out a few tools to assist voters after experiencing an increase in the number of people turning to the platform for information around the election.

Registration and voting-related searches usually peak around October, when many Americans are rushing to figure out when their state’s voter registration deadlines are.

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