What if you show up to vote next Tuesday and election workers say you are not registered?
- Make sure you are at the correct voting precinct. You can check at My Polling Place or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for assistance.
- If you are at the correct polling place and officials claim you are not registered, request a provisional ballot. Itís your right under the law.
Please pass this on to as many people as you can.
(via Liz Lawley)
Local readers might be interested in the Missouri Elections Website.
L and I will vote at a location about two blocks from our apartment. The polls open at 6 a.m., so I think we’ll probably roll out of bed and head right over. Both of us received our voter registration cards this week, and we should be good to go. I cancelled classes on Tuesday so that my students could get a head start on their research in the library, and so that they would not have to worry about making it to class on time if they were faced with long lines.. For almost all of my composition students, this is the first election in which they will vote, and I’d hate for it to be a negative experience.
Via George and Liz, What if you show up to vote next Tuesday and election workers say you are not registered?Make sure you are at the correct voting precinct. You can check at My Polling Place or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for…