your vote is your voice
Greetings New Frontier Democratic Club Members and Friends,
THE TIME IS NOW, WE MUST TAKE BACK
THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE
WE WILL STAND WITH CONGRESS MEMBER MAXINE WATERS
Maxine Waters, USA Representative for California’s 43rd Congressional District, has been disrespected and threatened by the President aka “Dictator In Training” aka “Enemy of the United States of America.” We must protect our Democratic values and protect our elected officials who are representing US.
As we head into the November 6, 2018 General Election, these are key questions we should keep in mind:
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? If yes —-
> Did you not bother to vote?
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? If no —- is it because:
> You are not a citizen
> You are younger than 16 Years Old
> You committed a felony and are on parole not probation
> If you have committed a felony, served your time (and completed seeing a Parole Officer) or on probation In California, YES you can register and vote
Did you attempt to vote in the Primary Election back on Tuesday June 6, 2018 and were not successful in being able to vote?
If you went to the polls and your name was not on the voting roster, you could have voted provision only. Perhaps your name was listed in the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk’s System but pages were not printed on rosters across Los Angeles County. I understand some Los Angeles County Precinct Inspectors were not familiar with the polling process and turned you away.
Please know your rights. Keep in mind precinct workers do not have a computer strapped to their back. If there is a problem on Election Day when you arrive at the polls, please remember you can vote provision only (yes, your ballot will be counted) or go to the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk’s Office at 12400 Imperial Highway in Norwalk and vote in person at that location.
ID YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS VOTE?
Charity begins at Home. Check with your all of your family members. Make sure they are registered to vote and make sure they all get out and VOTE.
DID YOUR NEIGHBORS VOTE?
Always remember your neighbors and encourage them to get registered and go out to vote. There are approximately 7 million registered voters in Los Angeles County. The percentage of voters who cast a vote in the last primary election was low. It is imperative as we head into the November 2018 General Election that we all get out and vote. We can increase voter participation but I need your help, reach out to me.
YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE.