How Can You Vote?

If you are restricted from voting because you are a not a U.S. citizen, under the age of 18, a convicted felon or fall under one of the other restrictions that prevent you from casting your ballot for the 2016 presidential candidate, you still have an opportunity to make your voice heard. gives everyone a chance to let it be known who they think the next president of the United States of America should be. With Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, emerging as the clear front runner in her party, there is still much debate about who will be her Republican opponent. The race is heating up to see who will become the 45th president of the United States of America.

Next year Election Day comes on Tuesday, November 8th 2016, and the months leading up to it promise to be exciting. In the days ahead, we will be looking forward to each party’s national convention, presidential debates, and hotly contested campaigns that will see the candidates increasingly relying on social media to get out their message. Already know who you like? You don’t have to wait until November 8th to make your opinion heard!

That’s right!  You can now. Use this opportunity to cast your vote right now for the candidate you believe is most deserving of the majority of electoral votes. You can do this by clicking on the big “Vote Now” button in the upper righthand corner of this page.

We’ve made it really easy by removing those candidates who don’t stand a chance of being elected in 2016, like Lindsey Graham and Tony Goldwyn, who plays the president on the hit TV show Scandal.

While the votes on this site won’t officially be counted in the presidential polls, it gives you the chance to voice your opinion on who you’d like to see occupying the White House for the next term, regardless of your eligibility status. This website is a great tool for students to learn about the election process, and to allow noncitizens to voice their opinion from a global standpoint. We invite you to vote for the president online now in this mock poll.

In the end, the Electoral College ultimately determines the next president. The Constitution states that there are designated representatives from each state, known as electors, who cast the final vote for president. They are not limited to choosing the candidate who won the popular vote in that state. The Constitution allows representatives from each state to use their Electoral Votes

Since the majority vote doesn’t always determine which presidential candidate will win the electoral votes, we suggest you vote for the president online here.