Early Voting 2012 Revised 2 Deadlines For November 6th Election, Registration, and Absentee Voting
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Early Voting 2012 Revised 2 Deadlines For November 6th Election, Registration, and Absentee Voting

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Don't miss out on your chance to vote the General Election because of deadlines! This slideshow will help you get registered, get your absentee ballot or early vote on time.

Don't miss out on your chance to vote the General Election because of deadlines! This slideshow will help you get registered, get your absentee ballot or early vote on time.

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Early Voting 2012 Revised 2 Deadlines For November 6th Election, Registration, and Absentee Voting Early Voting 2012 Revised 2 Deadlines For November 6th Election, Registration, and Absentee Voting Presentation Transcript

  • Early Voting 2012 In Person and Vote By MailAll Dates are from Reed Early Voting Earlyvoting.net 1
  • http://www.slideshare.net/aquariusmoonduhartIm finding I actually love doing Powerpoints!Voting issues has been a passion of mine since 2000, when I had tosit in an office and silently cry while Gore was robbed of hisPresidency by five black-robed thieves. It was intensified onSeptember 11, 2001 when I saw that the guy they robbed Gore forwas nowhere to be seen for several hours of the worst horror Idever seen. 2004 didnt help either. So Ive been interested in votereducation-an informed voter is an effective voter.This slideshow is designed for basic voter education. When doesearly voting start in your state? When does voter registration end?An informed voter is an effective voter.All Dates come from earlyvoting.net and longdistancevoter. Iconsider them pretty accurate, but with all of the litigation overvoter access, follow the news. 2
  • Last Day To Request Absentees October 2012• 16 Rhode Island• 26 Arizona• 29 Indiana• 30 Arkansas, Maryland, New York, California, Hawaii, Kentucky, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Texas, Virginia• 31 Florida, Idaho, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, West Virginia• 11/1 Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Wisconsin• 11/2 Iowa, Utah, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, South Carolina• 11/3 Michigan, Ohio• 11/4 South Dakota• 11/5 Massachusetts, North Dakota, Connecticut, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, Vermont 3
  • Voter Registration Deadlines October 2012• 6 Alaska, Arkansas Washington • 17 Wisconsin (Mail), (mail), Tennessee, Rhode Island Massachusetts (Mail), Mississippi, Alaska • 18 North Carolina (You can• 9 Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, register and also vote in person Kentucky, Louisiana, Florida, until November 3) Georgia, Hawaii, Utah (Mail), Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New • 19 Nebraska (Mail) Mexico, Montana (Mail) Colorado, • 22 Wyoming (Mail), Utah (In Arizona person or online), South• 10 Missouri Dakota, Iowa (Mail)• 13 Delaware • 23 Connecticut (Mail)• 15 Virginia • 26 Alabama• 16 Kansas, Oregon, New Jersey, • 27 New Hampshire (Mail) Maryland, Nevada, Minnesota • 29 Washington (In Person), (Mail) Nebraska (In Person) • 30 Connecticut (In Person) • 31 Vermont 4
  • Register On Election Day• Wisconsin, Wyoming, Rhode Island, North Dakota (No Voter Registration), New Hampshire, Montana, Minnesota, Maine, Iowa, Idaho, DC (With Proof Of Residence) 5
  • Early In Person Voting Begins September 2012• 21 South Dakota, Idaho• 22 Vermont, Virginia• 27 Wyoming, Iowa 6
  • Early In Person Voting Begins October 2012• 1 Nebraska • 20. Nevada, New Jersey• 2 Ohio • 21 New Mexico• 7 California • 22. Alaska, Arkansas,• 9 Indiana Illinois, North Dakota,• 11 Arizona Colorado, District of Columbia, Texas,• 15 Georgia Wisconsin• 17 Kansas, Tennessee • 23 Louisiana, Hawaii, Utah• 18 North Carolina • 24 West Virginia • 27 Maryland, Florida 7
  • Early In Person Voting Ends November 2012• 1 Maryland, Tennessee • 5 Alaska, Arkansas,Iowa,• 10/30 Louisiana North Dakota,• 2 Wisconsin, Tx, Ohio, California,Indiana,Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, Idaho, Georgia, Oklahoma,Vermont, Colorado, Arizona, Utah Wyoming• 3 Illinois, DC, Florida, Hawaii, New Mexico, North • 6 South Dakota Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia 8
  • Vote By Mail Begins October 2012• 19 Washington, Oregon 9
  • November 6, 2012Election Day Everywhere In the United States! 10