I was thinking about only writing an article on November 4, 2014 telling you to vote.
But if I'm really serious about trying to turn out your vote, then I should give you a one week notice, right? If you are an American citizen 18 or over as of November 4, you are eligible to vote in this election. Who is up for election? Every House seat in the country, a third of the Senate, and... a lot of the governors. But if you are not currently registered to vote, then you're... not eligible this time.
UNLESS you reside in this lucky list of states that allow same-day voter registration. That means you can register to vote and vote. On the same day!
Where do you vote? Go to your favourite search engine, put the name of your state and "Secretary of State". So if you live in Georgia, put in "Georgia Secretary of State" which will lead you to their site. Then it should have in a prominent location information about voting and elections. Click that. You should be greeted with a bunch of information that will let you know who is running, what the ballot will be like, and the location of voting (you can input your details into the look-up that should be there) and anything you might need to know or bring with you.
|Herman Cain's voter information. ...By the way, he didn't supply this, I got it myself. Creepy, right?|