Capital building; photo by Andy Feliciotti/UnsplashIn the interests of keeping things neat and easy to find, I’m moving all the VOTER INFO to this page. I’ll add to it as I can. Thanks!

As always, send suggestions here – especially if you’re a highly organized person. YAY.

Voter Info Links

links to get registered to vote, or check if you’re still registered:

When We all VoteCreated by Michelle Obama, features a GREAT vid->

whenweallvote.org

 

vote.org

votesaveamerica.com

At commoncause.org, you can type in your address, and get a complete list, from the president on down to your school superintendent, of all your elected officials.

You can also search by state. I definitely encourage you to visit your senators and your representative’s web sites — and also try copying and pasting just their names into Google and into YouTube.

Sometimes, just listening to them talk, or reading a few paragraphs of what they say, can give you a very good idea of whether or not you like them or not — but at the very least, you’ll get a handle on who they are.

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http://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative

Or, easier to remember:

bit.ly/whereiswaldo-dc

You matter, and so does your vote. Here's how you know: every presidential election, the equivalent of the thirteen most populous states simply sit out the vote.

You matter, and so does your vote. Here’s how you know: every presidential election, the equivalent of the thirteen most populous states simply sit out the vote. (States in black represent the number of non-voters.)

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