|photo by Hazel|
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Register to Vote and then Vote
You can also register on-line: Here are a couple of suggested places to registerhttp://www.presidentialelection.com/register_to_vote/
Google has a site that allows you to register On-Line:http://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/vote?gclid=CPqm--zlibMCFWHZQgodeC0Alg
October 22 is the cut off day to register.
Although I said I would not do it again; (to work at the voter precinct,) I changed my mind and signed up for another bout.
Today I attended a training class that is required for those who will be there on voting day to welcome the voters.
As I stepped into the class room, I snapped a photo of the screen that would be showing us a slide show of review and some new things we would need to know. Our instructor was facing the classmates.
At break time, I showed our instructor my photo and asked his permission to place it on my blog, and he told me to go ahead.
So far we are free to march to the polling place, without fear of being mobbed and shot at. Other countries are not that fortunate.
While we have today, we must protect our freedom by using our vote. First of all we must make wise choices and keep our eyes wide open as we vote.
Our son and others have knocked on doors urging voters to register and to vote because we are tired of the change that has bankrupted
If not a registered voter, please register and join with us as we meet at the polls.
If you are a registered Voter - - “See you at the Polls.”