THE MOTHER OF ALL VOTER REGISTRATION DIARIES
It is bookmark time and forwarding the LINK time. All 50 States of the Union, Voter Registration Information Here. NO EXCUSES.
A few things, you must be a U.S. citizen, resident of the state you are voting in, at least 18 years old by November 4, 2008, and sign your form. Changing or registering for the first time and mailing in your application, make sure you bring I.D. to the polls.
Voting Absentee for military or citizens living outside of the U.S., information at Vote from Abroad.
Domestic Absentee Voters, only can use the form of Long Distance Voter. (THIS FORM IS IDEAL FOR STUDENTS OUT OF STATE.) Long Distance Voter is a comprehensive, non-partisan resource for U.S based absentee voters. Their voter guides have forms, deadlines and easy-to-follow directions for registering to vote and getting an absentee ballot when you're away from home, but not overseas/abroad. Voting by absentee ballot has never been easier! Military and overseas voters should check out the Overseas Vote Foundation..
Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming has same day registration and voting.
Most on-line registration, STILL, requires you to download the form, sign and mail it in.
Election Protection Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE; (1-866-687-8683)
Lastly, the Obama Campaign has a voter registration tool on their website, here. Since the date is upon us to to register to vote, this tool allows you to register to vote, find out if you are already registered, get absentee ballot information and to give information where to go vote on election day. Again, another tool to get folks registered to vote. Please pass this link along. We need every vote to win on election day.
Deadline for registering to vote is Friday, October 24, 2008.
All forms should be sent to your county board of registrars, the list is here.
Alabama Secretary of State
Deadline for voter registration is Sunday, October 5, 2008. (must be post marked by October 4, 2008)
Print out the application here.
Read all the information, here.
You can mail, fax of hand-deliver your completed application (and if mailing along with proof of residency) to you local elections office, here.
Early Voting/Absentee in person October 20, 2008. Here is the location for early voting.
Deadline for registering to vote is October 6, 2008.
Register online, by ez voters registration here
Print voter registration form in English or Spanish, here. Information of where to mail your voter registration form is at the bottom of the form.
Early ballots or Absentee ballots request must be submitted by October 24, 2008. Click here, for your county to request an early voting ballot. Early voting begins October 2, 2008.
Arizona Secretary of State
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