Who Can Register to vote in American Samoa
A person who registers as required by law shall be entitled to vote at any election, and to be listed upon the appropriate general Register.
Every person who has reached the age of 18 years, or who will have reached the age of 18 years prior to the date of the next election, and is otherwise qualified to register, may register in the district in which he/she resides.
DETERMINATION OF RESIDENCY
No person may register or vote in any district other than that in which he/she resides, except where it is found that he/she has been inadvertently registered in the wrong district. In determining residency in the Territory, spouses may treat themselves separately from one another.
To register to vote in American Samoa, an individual must meet the following qualifications:
- Be a United States Citizen or a U.S. National
- Reside in American Samoa
- Be at least 18 years of age on or before election day
A qualified elector having once been registered shall not be required to register again for any succeeding election, except otherwise provided by law.
Any person qualified to and desiring to register as a qualified elector in any election may present himself/herself at any time during business hours to an election officer, then and there to be examined under oath as to his/her qualifications as a qualified elector.
Click here to get the address and phone number for the board of registrars office in your county