The US Presidential Election is coming up in less than a month, and for many States, the deadline to register to vote is fast approaching. Google is doing their part to help everyone register to vote, on November 8th where the country will be choosing between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the next US President. Placing an ad on Google's homepage is perhaps the best place to get people to register to vote, given how many people visit Google's homepage each and every day in the US. It's important to note that Google is only showing this pop up ad on their homepage in the US. Seeing as those in other countries are not eligible to vote in the US elections, it definitely makes sense.
As with any presidential election, this election is pretty important. Right now the country is divided, and Donald Trump's actions definitely aren't helping to make the nation united. But it's also important because the president for the next four years will shape the history of the US for the next 30 years or so. Meaning that Americans have a pretty important choice to make in November. Those that are over 18 years of age are eligible to vote. And those that don't vote in the election don't have the right to be upset with the outcome. Sure it's just one vote, but that vote does matter. If you haven't already registered to vote, you'll need to do it within the next few days, to be eligible to vote in this election. If you've recently moved, you'll need to update your registration as well. This is due to the fact that you'll likely be in a different city/town and/or district, therefore your ballot is a bit different.
Donald Trump is the Republican Nominee for President, with Hillary Clinton being the Democratic Nominee. The two have already taken part in two presidential debates. Which have been the most watched debates ever. The third Presidential Debate takes place next Wednesday, and it should be a pretty interesting debate, as it'll be the last time the two will be on a national stage together to persuade voters to vote for them in the general election on November 8th.