Voter Registration

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Now’s the Time to Check Your Status

If you have any concerns about your registration and your ability to go to the polls and successfully cast your ballot next November 3 Election Day, it’s never too early to check your status. It’s better now, in fact, with the expectation that pressures for voter records will increase as November 3, approaches.

Resident citizens who have access to computers and devices that connect with the internets can log on to an easy-to-use website to access registration records:

The process of entering your name, address and birthdate takes about 30 seconds.

The website also has a number of other handy links:

  –  Get My Absentee Ballot (takes about 2 minutes)

  –  Register to vote   (takes about 2 minutes)

  –  Sign up to get Election Reminders (takes about 15 seconds  

The website provides access to 20 or more interesting articles and information sites as well.  Include are some excellent, non-partisan opportunities to find out more about key elections issues.  There are also some useful hints on how to reduce the divided political environment.

(Information taken from the USA Today website by Ted Behr)

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