“Do you vote?” She asked

Portrait of a young African-American woman who was working as a voter registration volunteer on Church Street in San Francisco
A young voter registration volunteer on Church Street.

#NationalVoterRegistrationDay was September 27th but it’s not too late to register.

Information for online Voter Registration:

Voter Registration Deadlines, State by State

USA.gov : Voter registration portal with links to State by State online registration sites.

Ballotpedia:  Another resource that let’s you quickly assess whether you can register online in your State.

The Brennan Center for Justice: A non-partisan resource for learning if your State has voter suppression laws in place, and what they are.

Winning the Vote: A History of Voting Rights: A history of the evolution of the right to vote in the United States.

This year we vote for the President and members of both Houses of Congress.

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We need your vote! Every vote counts!

If you live in the U.S. please feel free to reblog this post and share information for voters in your State in the comments section.


Rob Goldstein


11 thoughts on ““Do you vote?” She asked

  1. Dear Rob,

    Thank you for your post. I have been registering folks to vote on an almost daily basis. HRC has a great ground game in Florida, a state up for grabs which is where I live. We have got to win this state for HRC.

    Ciao, Gronda

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    1. I have a friend who is flying out to Florida in a few weeks to campaign for Hillary. These most recent revelations about Trumps taxes are astonishing. We have never in the history of this nation had a nominee for President who is THIS openly pathological in his dealings with other people.

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      1. Dear Rob, I am thrilled that your friend is coming to Florida to campaign for her. She needs the State of Florida in her win column.

        Even the TV reporters are finally get though by detailing his past business practices. This morning CNN interviewed two contractors who were stiffed by DT. In one case, the man delivered a $100,000 worth of pianos but he kept waiting to be paid. Finally, the received notice to accept that he would be paid $30,000 dollars, take it or leave it.

        Thanks for getting the word out, Gronda

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