It’s now October and the presidential election is a little more than a month away. Have you registered to vote? Whether you vote for Hilary Clinton or Donald Trump, you need to be registered first.
“How do you do that?”, you ask?
There are several ways to register. Here are some options:
- Call your local Board of Elections. They will take your information and guide you through the process.
- Go to your Board of Elections website. If you can’t contact anyone during business hours, their website should have all the information you need.
- There is now a button on the bottom of my website. Just click on the button, and you will be asked for your phone number. I will not get any of that information. But, it will help you get to the website you need to register in your state.
Remember! Registering is the first step in the voting process. The deadline for many states is this Saturday, Oct. 8. Another way to look at it is a month before the election. So, if you haven’t registered to vote, you don’t have a lot of time.
I am well aware that many people are unhappy with the candidates we have. But, did you remember you can also write in your own choice? Whether you choose to write in your own choice or choose one of the candidates, you need to get out there and vote.
Everyone wants to know how they can be heard. Ladies and gentlemen, this is it! This is how you can speak your voice. If you don’t voice your opinion, how can you complain about someone else’s later?
Get out there and vote!
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