Elections matter. In America, we solve problems with more democracy, not less.
In order to successfully vote, you need to know the rules of the road. The requirements for voting vary from state to state – so make sure you read your state’s guidelines section so that you know what it takes to vote.
You’re going to need to share some basic information about yourself (like your name and where you live). You may also need a printer, some stamps and an envelope, so that you can mail your completed voter registration application to the appropriate state office.
When women succeed, America Succeeds.
As part of the Middle Class Jumpstart Agenda, Democrats will fight for:
- Equal pay for equal work
- Paid sick leave
- Affordable child care
- Learn more at www.dems.gov/jumpstart
With over 600 campus chapters nationwide, the College Democrats are the official student arm of the Democratic Party.
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The next time you need a reminder that elections matter, think about what just happened.
Not a single Democrat in the House of Representatives voted for Speaker Boehner’s scheme to sue the President, and it didn’t matter. We don’t have a majority, so for the first time in history, the House of Representatives is suing the President of the United States.
Checks and balances are important, but this stunt is neither. It’s a waste of taxpayer dollars, driven purely by partisanship. It’s what happens when you have a political party more interested in smearing the President’s name than doing their own jobs to move the country forward.