The midterm elections are literally only weeks away and many Americans face roadblocks to getting to the polls. For example, for some, registering to vote is extremely difficult if you don’t have a driver’s license. For others, simply being a mother makes it very hard to actually get to the polls. There are also more than 25.4 million unmarried women, people of color and young people who are not expected to turn out to the polls this election. To help you avoid falling into the “non-voter” category, we rounded up some of the most popular roadblocks to help you better prepare for November 6th.