Getting people to vote is going to be the most crucial part of the mid-term elections. It’s time to start thinking about how you are going to help this effort because it really is up to us all. Whether you go door to door canvassing or staff a phone bank, now is the time to decide how your energy is going to help change our current political situation.
Caroline Armstrong is keeping ILNH constituents informed about GOTV activities and sign-ups for the Malinoski campaign via Facebook and email, or contact her to learn more. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on a weekly list of opportunities to GOTV!
NJ Upcoming events:
Taste of the Towns Fundraiser
Sunday, August 5 – 2:00-4:00
Dolce Restaurant, 161 Main Street, Flemington
Guest Speaker: Andrew Zwicker Tickets
NJ Residents – Where Will You Be On Nov. 6?
If the answer to that is out of state, make sure you fill out an application to vote by mail. This is especially important for college students who are out of state. Unless your college address is your permanent one, college students need to vote in the state their parents live in. Here’s a link to the application for an absentee ballot.
While you can apply for a vote by mail ballot up to seven days prior to the election (or the day before in person), why wait? So that it doesn’t slip your mind while you are caught up in your studies, students are encouraged to complete their application before they leave for college!