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Voter Education

1. Educate yourself.  The only way to find your own truth is to seek it.  Look past the TV news and "embedded" reporters to find opposing views.  Then decide for yourself.     

2. Talk to your friends and family about the real issues in this election.  These last seven years have been good to a few people and REALLY bad for A LOT of people.  The great strides made in education, healthcare, civil rights, the environment and equal rights have turned back 20-30 years.  Call a friend, catch-up on your lives, encourage them to register.  Then call them again and make sure they plan on voting. 

3. Register and Vote -- Early. Please vote.  No really, just vote.  The 2000 election was decided based on 537 votes! There were more people in my high school class.  Do I want to leave my future in the hands of my high school?  No way.  So, please vote; it counts.  Host a pre-election show:  Cook a big pot of spaghetti, invite your friends and family, make voter registration cards their admission tickets. If you think it might be hard to get to the polls, vote by absentee ballot -- convenient, not messy, private, everything done through the mail. 

Links to Voting Info

bullet Smart Voting Guide
bullet Your vote really counts!
bullet Register to Vote
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Something to Think About
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
-- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


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