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Americans: Register to Vote for the Next President- Takes 5 minutes
Posted by Tj on Tuesday January 15, 2008 @ 05:32 PM
[Tags: politics, links, guide]



You can't complain at the president if you don't do your part in selecting the right one!


To register: Use the link below and select your state and fill in web form. It will generate a customized PDF which contains your registration form. Print it and follow the directions to sign, fold, put on a stamp and mail it in. Include a photocopy of your identification (a driver’s license or US passport) with it if you can. You can without sending in a copy of your ID, but you will have to show ID when you vote the first time (bring your ID to the polls regardless, just in case). You should get a conformation mailing back from your state.

To Register:
http://www.registrationbyworkingassets.com/register/

Who can Register?
  • A United States citizen
  • At least 18 years old at time of election
  • A resident of state you are registering in
Who should register?
  • Any one who meets the requirements above
  • Any one who moved or changed their address and did not register
State specific information

In Idaho, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Wyoming you may register to vote at your polling place on election day.
In Maine, you can register up to and on election day in person at your town office or city hall
North Dakota does not have voter registration. If you do not have a government issued ID, call your state’s election office

You can register to vote online in WA and AZ - You won't even need to leave the confines of you computer chair to place your vote:

Washington State:
http://secstate.wa.gov/elections/register.aspx

For Arizona State:
http://www.azsos.gov/election/VoterRegistration.htm



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