Over the last few months I've been out on the campaign trail discussing with you the importance of the upcoming elections, both at the national level and in your congressional districts. This truly is a critical election for our nation. If nothing else, if Hillary is allowed to replace Justice Scalia, and other Justices, with young, liberal ideologues, our country will fall further away from our Founders' noble vision of government of, by, and for the people.
It is time to stop talking and start taking action. I urge you to get in touch with your local Republican Party to find out what you can do to help. Whether it's door knocking, phone banking, or putting out a yard sign, we can all do something.
See below for some critical deadlines and other information that you can share with your friends and family as we enter the final days of this election season.
- Election day is November 8th. Polls will be open from 6:00am-7:00pm. Voters can look up their polling location here.
October 17th is the deadline to register to vote and update your voter registration information.
- If a voter qualifies to vote by absentee ballot, they must request a ballot by November 1 or visit their local Registrar's office to vote absentee in person.
- In order to vote, you will need a valid photo ID. A list of acceptable forms of ID and information on how to attain a free photo ID if you do not have one can be found online.
- This year, there are two constitutional amendments on the ballot, including an amendment to put into the constitution that we are a Right to Work state. Help neighbors get educated on the importance of these topics, and let's ensure that Democrats can't attack our Right to Work law going forward!
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