Monday, October 06, 2014

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE!!

IF YOU PLAN ON MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN HOW THIS COUNTRY IS RUN BE ADVISED THAT TODAY IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER TO VOTE!! EVEN IF YOU ARE PRIOR REGISTERED THE CURRENT SECRETARY OF STATE EARLIER THIS YEAR SUSPENDED 700,000 VOTERS BECAUSE OF PAPERWORK ISSUES PLEASE CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS NO MATTER WHAT

Residents can register at their local county voter registration office, at any Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branch, or at any National Voter Registration Act full-service agency, such as Workforce Development offices and Family and Social Services Administration offices, according to the secretary of state’s website.

To register online, go to www.indianavoters.com. 


You must have a valid Indiana driver’s license number or Indiana state identification card number available. The site also allows users to update their voter registration with a new address or name change. In Allen County, residents can register at the Rousseau Centre, 1 E. Main St., Suite 176, in Fort Wayne; at BMV branches; the Allen Circuit Court Clerk’s office; the Fort Wayne City Clerk’s office; the New Haven City Clerk-Treasurer’s office; Fort Wayne City Utilities; Fort Wayne Board of Public Works; and the Fort Wayne City Controller’s office. Residents can also register at Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines recruitment offices.

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