FIRST time

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voter guide

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step 1:

Make sure you are REGISTERED to vote!

If you aren't registered

(It only takes 2 minutes! You can do it while microwaving a hot pocket.)

step 2:

Research!

Check out this website to see

what's on YOUR ballot.

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 If you have a few minutes,

this website is helpful to see where YOU stand on important issues

step 3:

Know HOW You're Voting!

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In-Person

Check out this website to see

what the Voter ID

Requirements your state has.

MAKE SURE TO VOTE BY

NOVEMBER 3

2020

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OR

(BTW, these are the SAME, despite what Trump says.)

Absentee/ Mail-In

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Your ballot will be mailed to you!

to request an absentee ballot

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All you have to do is fill it in and

send it back via USPS

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Traditionally, most states have only allowed absentee voting under specific circumstances, such as deployment or going out of town. However, due to the pandemic, anyone can request an absentee ballot.

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This article is a great resource for knowing where your state

stands on mail-in and early in-person voting.

step 4:

CAST YOUR BALLOT!

OCT. 19th

Mail-in your ballot by

to have it counted in time!

OR

NOV. 3rd

Stand in line on

make sure to socially distance,

wear a mask, and bring water!

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