[internetworkers] Fwd: Check Your Voter Registration

Lyman Green lymang at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 14:27:02 EDT 2004


actually this is very interesting.  all you need is a person's
birthdate and name and you can look up a good chunk of info about
them.  I am not sure I like having this info out there for everyone to
see.

Didn't stop me from checking me and the wife to make sure we're active.

Lyman


----- Original Message -----
From: Sasha Akhavi <sasha.akhavi at alumni.brown.edu>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2004 23:27:27 -0400
Subject: [internetworkers] Fwd: Check Your Voter Registration
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From: Karin Singleton <Karinsingleton at nc.rr.com>
Subject: Fwd: Check Your Voter Registration
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Dear Fellow Voters,

Yesterday, I checked some registrations that I had given to the Board
of Elections, and I found that not all of them had been processed even
though I handed them in no later than the middle of August. What I
also saw on the board of election site were a significant number of
inactive entries.

I called the Board of Elections today to find out what an inactive
voter is. According to the information, a voter receives 'inactive'
status when correspondence from the Board of Elections is returned as
undeliverable.

To make sure that everybody is registered to vote who thinks he/she
is, I am urging you to check your own voter registration status and
that of your friends and relatives at

        www.sboe.state.nc.us

And please: forward this message to everybody you know in North Carolina.

Karin Singleton



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