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Voter Registration

"Regardless of who you plan to vote for this November, Gene Everitt, the co-president for the League of Women Voters for Mississippi said you need to make sure you can vote by beating the voter registration deadline."

 Editorial Note: This piece was first published on my Huffington Post blog.
Tomorrow is the day -- it's National Voter Registration Day, a nationwide, nonpartisan effort to register thousands of voters on one single day!

"So far, 657,201 people have registered to vote in Montana, according to the Secretary of State Office. The rest of the population will have no say in the Nov. 6 general election — unless they register soon. ... The League of Women Voters of Billings wants to help more eligible residents exercise their precious right to vote. League volunteers will participate Tuesday in National Voter Registration Day."

"With the backdrop of National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 25, the League of Women Voters of Southeastern Connecticut has scheduled voter registration sessions in New London, Groton and Norwich, with more expected in October."

"If you are not yet registered to vote, save this date: Tuesday, Sept. 25. On that day, go sign up. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of help."

 

"The League of Women Voters of Adams County [CO] is launching a voter-registration campaign in Adams County to engage new voters before the November election."

 

“Along with hundreds of other nonprofit organizations all over the county, the League of Women Voters of Lake Forest and Lake Bluff [IL] is participating in National Voter Registration Day Tuesday, Sept. 25.”

 

“Elisabeth MacNamara, president of the League of Women Voters, said 30 local chapters are registering voters in Florida, trying to make up for lost time. ... ‘They are targeting under-served communities,’ she said. ‘They're working at bus stops, community colleges, baseball games, naturalization ceremonies and other events.’”

 

“On the inaugural National Voter Registration Day, Sept. 25, the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons [NY] will be at 15 sites stretching from Montauk to Westhampton Beach to register new voters in time for the presidential election.”

 

“On Sept. 25, the Montana League of Women Voters and other organizations across our state will be registering voters — in libraries, colleges and universities, in front of places of business and retail stores.”