Voter Registration Day

Voter Registration Day

Groups from all over the country have come together to create the first-ever National Voter Registration Day today to build media interest and to bring out new volunteers for voter registration efforts before most states close their voting rolls on October 4.

You can find organized voter registration activities in most every region, city and town in the US. Click here for a nationwide calendar of events to find out what’s happening in your area, and click here for a list of national voting rights projects looking for volunteers.

And make sure that you’re registered to vote? MoveOn recently checked public voter files, and, shockingly, found that close to 30 percent of its members were not currently registered. Make sure you’re not turned away from the polls on November 2 by clicking here. The process takes about three minutes with The Nation Online’s new voting page.

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Groups from all over the country have come together to create the first-ever National Voter Registration Day today to build media interest and to bring out new volunteers for voter registration efforts before most states close their voting rolls on October 4.

You can find organized voter registration activities in most every region, city and town in the US. Click here for a nationwide calendar of events to find out what’s happening in your area, and click here for a list of national voting rights projects looking for volunteers.

And make sure that you’re registered to vote? MoveOn recently checked public voter files, and, shockingly, found that close to 30 percent of its members were not currently registered. Make sure you’re not turned away from the polls on November 2 by clicking here. The process takes about three minutes with The Nation Online’s new voting page.

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