[internetworkers] Fwd: Check Your Voter Registration
edwes at idisplay.com
Wed Sep 22 15:32:32 EDT 2004
>This is too important an election to let something like a little effort
on your part prevent you from voting
...just echoing this. It may need a bit of patience and study too, but it's
worth it. There's been a lot of attention to voting machines, but in my
opinion the registration issue may be more important and probably even more
complex than casting and counting votes (which itself is nothing to sneeze
My experience with the people at the State and County Boards of Election is
that they have a big job and they're pretty committed to getting it right.
...just a vote of confidence here for the people who show up every two &
four years to work the polls, and the people behind them who make it happen!
At 02:44 PM 9/22/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>Since you asked, I'd suggest you get removed from the Wake County lists.
>This is too important an election to let something like a little
>effort on your part prevent you from voting. That is not a critical
>statement, I'm just saying that you probably want to be sure it's
>Just my two cents.
>On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 14:40:10 -0400 (EDT), Sil Greene <quack at ibiblio.org>
> > 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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