Tuesday, Oct. 9, is the deadline to register to vote in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Registration forms can be found at local public libraries, high schools, government offices and Boards of Elections.
In Ohio, Board of Election offices will be open until 9 p.m. for anyone who wants to stop by in person. You can also call in with your information or fill out the forms online. To access the online forms, simply go to your secretary of state's website.
Exactly four weeks out from Election Day, the latest polls are showing a big flip in the field following the first debate.
Pew Research Center shows Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama by 4%. Romney received 49% to Obama's 45% among likely voters.
Both candidates are campaigning in Battleground Ohio Tuesday. President Obama will be at Ohio State University and Governor Romney will spend the evening in Northeast Ohio.