Casting your vote is not just your fundamental right, it is also your constitutional duty. Although we are many years away from casting our votes using the Internet, the Internet can certainly help you know how to register to vote in the upcoming US presidential elections. For example, this Life Hacker link elaborately explains to you how to use Google Now to know exactly how to register to vote for the upcoming US presidential elections.
You may need this information if you are voting for the first time and there is nobody around you to help you or if you have recently moved to the country and it is for the first time that you need to register to vote in the US. Whatever is the case, Google Now can give you the relevant information according to individual state.
Just go to Google Now and if you are using voice command simply say into the microphone, “how to register to vote”. The proceeding screen will ask for your state. As mentioned, different states may have different role for registering to vote in the US.
For example, if you select “Delaware” Google Now will tell you that you will require the Delaware driver’s license number or a Delaware ID number and in case you don’t have these numbers, you will require your social security number. Basically, as it happens in every country, you need some sort of government-approved and government-issued identification number in order to register to vote.
Then it gives you an online link where you can register to vote.