[internetworkers] Fwd: Check Your Voter Registration

Sil Greene quack at ibiblio.org
Wed Sep 22 14:40:10 EDT 2004


So, here's a serious question.  The check-your-registration site shows an
old registration of mine (the original one, in Wake County) as still
active.  It also shows the new one (that I'll be using in November)...
active and correct.

The question is, should I put in the effort to get off of Wake County's
list?  When I registered in Durham, I thought I indicated that I was
previously registered in another county (but I might be misremembering). 
I assumed they'd let Wake know.

The NC voter qualifications actually say these words: "I am not registered
nor will I vote in any other county or state."  This means, to my
worst-case interpretation, that I am not presently qualified to vote
anywhere.

--s


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> 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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