The Verge notes Google is partnering with TurboVote to help voters get registered ahead of November.
The voter tool supplements all the political news, video, and data Google will be serving up this election. Like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and many other companies at the intersection of media and tech, Google wants to participate in the conversation around the biggest political event in the country.
"As we approach the final days of the election, we’ll continue to develop useful ways for voters and campaigns to engage one another around the important issues in 2012," Google's Eric Hysen wrote on the company's blog this morning. At this rate, concerned citizens may be able to follow the election this year without having to turn on the TV.