- You’ve received a slew of emails about it…
- You’ve had numerous conversations with friends and family on the topic…
- And you’ve seen countless TV ads regarding the issues and people involved…
Now, there’s just one more thing to do and it’s one of the most important things any of us will do this November.
On Tuesday, November 6th, exercise your constitutional right to vote!
Need more information about the who, what, when, where and why of voting?
Here’s a down-and-dirty guide to Election 2012 online resources:
- The League of Women Voters of Maine has this terrific voter guide with information about how to register as a voter, the candidates for national office on the Maine ballot and the ballot questions we’ll be asked to vote on here in Maine.
- Not sure where to vote in your town? This page on the Maine state government website lists town office information. Call your town office to get specific voter information for your area.
- Still undecided about the issues? You can read what FPA guest bloggers have written in recent weeks, sharing their opinions regarding the election’s potential effect on judicial nominations and reproductive rights.
Whatever your opinion about the candidates and the issues on the ballot, the most important thing is that you VOTE.
On Election Day, as a way to encourage others to vote, take a photo of yourself with your “I Voted” sticker and post it to the FPA Facebook page.