Google Now, according to several users and first noticed by Droid-Life, has today started to remind Pennsylvania residents to register to vote. The voter registration card appears to be showing up for anyone in Pennsylvania, and does not depend on whether you’ve recently searched for political news or information about the state.

The card simply reminds users that the Pennsylvania voter registration deadline is Sunday, October 5th for the general election on November 4th.  The card also offers a link to where you can register to vote and to where you can check your registration status.

The voter registration card does not appear to be showing up for anyone not located in Pennsylvania, however. Although some users note that if you’re Google account is tied to a Pennsylvania address, you will see the card whether you currently live there or not.

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