September 25 is National Voter Registration Day. A day when volunteers, celebrities, and organizations from all over the country hit the streets to get people registered to vote. Here is how and where to register in Northern Colorado.

The group behind National Voter Registration Day said it wants to make sure no American is left out in 2012. So they are out to remind and inform people today before it is too late. In 2008, 6 million Americans did not vote because they did not know how to register or they missed their state's voter registration deadline, according to the US Census.

Registering to vote in Colorado is actually very simple. If you have a Colorado State driver's license or ID card issued by the Department of Revenue you may register online at this website. If you have not been issued either of these documents, you may still register to vote by using the paper voter registration form. Click here for a paper voter registration form. You will need to print and sign the form then return by fax, email, mail, or hand delivery.

If you are already a registered voter in Colorado you may confirm your registration at this website. Once your registration is verified, you may update your address, party affiliation or permanent mail-in ballot status.

You may also register in person in Weld County. Registration as a voter may be made at either office of the Weld County Clerk and Recorder or at any municipal clerk's office of cities and towns in Weld County, or at any driver's license office. Forms to register by mail are also available at these locations.

To register in person in Larimer County you can visit one of the following locations...

You may also register to vote in person when you obtain your Colorado Driver's License.

In Colorado, the deadline to register to vote for the November presidential election is October 9.