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.
As students head back to school this week with the excitement of a new year, Speaker Tillis looks like the bully stealing their lunch money. Learn more about his college meal plan tax: http://bit.ly/1wDeHMe
Thom Tillis: Wrong for North Carolina
In five Southern states that Republicans thought would be easy pick-ups, we’re leading! But Joe Biden warned us this morning: “these races are close — folks, they’re scary close.”
That’s why our Paint the South Blue Program is aggressively mobilizing voters to keep the lead. Will you answer Joe’s call to action and add your name? » www.dscc.org/paintthesouthblue