Monday, November 04, 2013

Twelve hours until polls open in Virginia's statewide elections!

In just twelve hours the polls will open in Virginia's statewide elections. It is a critical election in which voters are expected to reject the Tea Party Republican takeover of our commonwealth by electing a moderate, pro-middle class Democratic ticket.

If you have not already done so, now is the time to make a plan to vote.

1. When will you vote?
--Before work?
--In the morning?
--At lunch?
--After work?

2. Where is your poll?
Click here to go to a site where you can find your polling place. Polling places change, so make certain you are going to the right place.

3. How will get to the polls?
--Walking?
--Biking?
--Driving?
--Busing?
Make sure you make the route and make allowances for travel time so you aren't late to the polls.

4. What ID will you bring?
--Virginia Driver's License?
--Virginia Voter Registration card?
--Virginia Student ID?
--A utility bill with your name and address?

5. Vote the Democratic Ticket:
--Terry McAuliffe for Governor
--Ralph Northam for Lieutenant Governor
--Mark Herring for Attorney General

For House of Delegates races and local offices, you can contact your local Democratic Committee for a sample ballot of endorsed Democratic candidates. Here's a link to a list of local Democratic committees.

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