National Voter Registration Day

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“Throughout our country’s history, those in power have attempted to prevent the disenfranchised from having access to the polls.

Voting is a fundamental right. Without voting, there’d be no democracy.

Many have lost their lives, fighting for our right to vote. So we all must do our part to protect, promote, and practice this important basic right.”  Jill Karofsky for Wisconsin Supreme Court

Today is National Voter Registration Day. Voting is our sacred responsibility as citizens.
But millions of Americans may find themselves unable to cast their ballots on Election Day because they haven’t checked their voter registration status.
Don’t wait! This upcoming election is one of the most important that our country has ever faced. Make sure you’re registered to vote!
If you’re not sure about your voter registration status,
You can check to make sure you are registered to vote here:

1/ If you are in California, click here

If you live in San Diego county and you need to register to vote, check here

If you move recently and you need to re-register at your new address, click here.

If you want convenient voting, Mail-in ballots are helpful so. Print and fill out this form and send it to the San Diego Registrar of Voters.

2/ If you live in Connecticut, click here

3/ If you are in Indiana, click here

4/ If you are in Mississippi, click here

5/ If you are in Oregon, click here

6/ If you are in Pennsylvania,
a/ Confirm whether or not you’ve registered to vote.

b/ If you’re not registered, be sure to register before the upcoming October 7th deadline this Monday.

c/ Not going to be home during the November 5th election? You can apply to vote absentee here.

Our municipal elections will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 in towns across Pennsylvania. Take the next month to engage with your municipal candidates, research the people running for office, and do everything possible to prepare yourself for Election Day 2019 – whether that’s requesting an absentee ballot, attending a local event to meet the candidates, or helping a friend register to vote.

7/ If you are in Texas, click here

8/ If you are in Virginia, click here

9/ If you are in Wisconsin, click here

If 2018 taught us anything, it’s that we can’t afford to sit back and take it easy. Check your voter registration today!
If you know “registered to vote website address” in your state and you do not see it above, would you email them to I will update this message so that voters in your states will be in better positions to vote like Californians, Connecticutians, Indianans, Mississippians, Oregonians, Pennsylvanians, Texans, Virginians, and Wisconsin!


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