Thursday, February 26, 2004

Easiest Way to Register & Vote

Are you registered to vote? If not, please register.
Otherwise, shame on you! Two types of citizens need to register:
(1) those who've never registered, and (2) having registered but have
moved to a new address.

Here is the EASIEST WAY to register to vote! It will be the most
meaningful 10 minutes you'll spend in your life for your offspring.
GO TO: (If the letters are
in blue, put your cursor on it and click once. You'll be on page 1 to
register. If the letters have the same color as the text, then copy and
paste it to your browser. Then hit return or enter, you'll be on page 1.)

On page 1, you download Adobe Acrobat, if you don't already have
it. The downloading is free & automatic. Then go to the map
and click on your state. That leads you to page 2.

On page 2, fill out the form: check each square box on top and fill
in required info next to blanks with a red *. Click once on each of
the (Instructions) written in red to help you fill out the correct
information. For "Choice of Party," your choice is Republican, or
(Independent /Decline) or Democrat. For most states, if you want to
vote in the primary, you must choose either Dem. or Rep., although
some states (e.g. CA) allow independents to vote in EITHER party's
primary. Click on (Instructions) next to Choice of Party to find out
what choices you have. After you have filled the required information,
go to the bottom of the page to click on the "Preview My Voter
Registration" to go to page 3.

On page 3, you proofread the information, then click "Get My
Application" at the bottom of the page.

On page 4, follow the 4 simple steps and mail out your application

Upon receiving your application, your state will mail you a voter
registration card. YOU NEED TO FILL THAT OUT AND MAIL IT IN. Only then
will you be truly registered. Note that registration is ALWAYS A
TWO-STEP PROCESS, whether you register via a web site or travel to a
registration place. When you actually vote, it is the 3rd & final step.

Be a registered voter!!! Be one for your children's and grand-
children's sake.

When the "Voter Registration Card" comes, you may want to choose
to vote "absentee." That is, you can VOTE BY MAIL instead of going to a
polling place. Most states allow it. It is again the easiest way!!!

About 20 days before Nov. 2, you will receive a ballot on
which you may check whom to vote. Put the ballot in an envelop,
sign on the back side of the envelop, mail it and you will have
voted. You will have fulfilled you sacred duty as a citizen and TO

SAVE this e-mail & forward it to your relatives & friends. Thank