Skip to comments.National Voter Registration Day
Posted on 09/23/2014 3:41:44 PM PDT by mdittmar
IMPORTANT: This information should not be downloaded using government equipment, read during duty time, sent to others using government equipment, or sent to anyone while in a government building because it involves election related activity.
Today is National Voter Registration Day and while volunteers around the country will be on street corners, outside of groceries stores, at bus and subway stops and elsewhere to help people register, you can get started right now, right here with just one click.
If were going to beat back the attack on working families by the likes of Mitch McConnell, Scott Walker, the Koch brothers and other extremists, all of usyou and your family and friendsmust be registered to vote.
The AFL-CIO has teamed up with TurboVote to make voting easy for you and for your friends and family. Not only can you register or update your registration, but TurboVote will help you with absentee ballots, vote-by-mail information, finding your polling place and even sending reminders by email and text so you wont forget to vote.
In the past few years, 22 states have passed new laws restricting the right to vote and changing voter registration rules. So even if youre already registered, you should double check that you and the people most important to you are prepared to vote this year. Have you moved since last Election Day? Make sure you're registered to vote at your new address. Maybe your friends have moved recently and need to update their voting information.
Its easy. Click here to get started.
Hmm?,that sounds kinda partisan and mean spirited from a union whose members derive their pay from our tax dollars.
I wonder who the "other extremists" are that the The American Federation of Government Employees is talking about?
Good grief! Look at what the Govt. Union is saying about Scott Walker.
FReep Mail me if you want on, or off, this Wisconsin interest ping list.
Introduced by democrats just this week in Michigan. Fortunately they are DOA in the GOP controlled legislature.
House Bill 5787: Allow different drivers license and voter registration addresses Introduced by Rep. Rudy Hobbs (D) on September 10, 2014, to allow a person to have a different address on their drivers license than the one at which they are registered to vote.
House Bill 5788: Allow different state ID and voter registration addresses
Introduced by Rep. Rudy Hobbs (D) on September 10, 2014, to allow a person to have a different address on their state-issued identification card I.D. than the one at which they are registered to vote.
House Bill 5789: Allow election day voter registration
Introduced by Rep. Rudy Hobbs (D) on September 10, 2014, to allow election day voting registration. Under current law, a citizen must register at least 30 days before an election. An assistant township, city or county clerk would have to be present at every polling place to accept sworn statements that the information in the voter registration application was valid.
House Bill 5790: Mandate landlords provide voter registration information
Introduced by Rep. Rudy Hobbs (D) on September 10, 2014, to mandate that landlords provide voter registration information and applications to tenants when they take possession.
Bookmarking for later, I am going to sign up my dead grandmother... wait she was already signed up by the Dem machine...
I am going to sign up my hamster, oh wait, someone already signed him up...
Well, nothing for me to do...
We’re always hearing how the Democrats are light years ahead of the GOP in the “ground game”. I’m thinking this is just a sample of how they kick our butts in the ground game every election cycle.
Because they politicize unelected offices?
Hope someone forwards that to Walker, and to the RNC, and maybe Breitbart.
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