IT’S IMPORTANT TO VOTE - PEOPLE DIED FOR THIS RIGHT

All U.S. citizens are entitled to the right to vote. It doesn’t matter if you were born here or if you’ve just recently become a naturalized citizen, it is important to take part in the presidential elections and exercise your democratic right. Your vote can affect change and make a difference in your future and the future of coming generations. This nation was founded by immigrants for immigrants who sought freedom and came here to grow and prosper. Your vote has the power to influence the course of history and possibly open new doors for immigrants seeking their American dream. You have as much influence as any other U.S. citizen so why not let your voice be heard?

Here you will find helpful information taken directly from https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

Basic Requirements to Vote

You are eligible to vote in elections if:

• You are a U.S. citizen.
• You meet your state’s residency requirements.
• You are 18 years old. Some states allow 17-year-olds to vote in
primaries and/or register to vote if they will be 18 before the
general election.

If you do not register, you will not be able to vote!

In order to vote, you must first register and there are 3 ways to do so:

• Through the mail by selecting your National Mail Voter Registration Form at this link:
   http://www.eac.gov/voter_resources/register_to_vote.aspx
• In person at public facilities such as state or local voter registration and/or election offices, the department of motor vehicles, armed services recruitment centers, and state and county public assistance offices.
• Online (Vote.USA.gov)

Most states require that you register 30 days in advance to be able to vote. The link below provides the voter registration deadlines by state.

https://www.usa.gov/voter-registration-deadlines

Remember to check and update your voter registration information before an election if your name or address has changed. You are required to update it!



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