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October 30, 2008

10 Tips To Make Sure Your Vote Will Count

Update: This Video The Vote message's goal is to make sure there are 'No More Stolen Elections'. 110108

Oct 29th, 2008 by Eddie.

The map below shows which states allow early voting. If you can vote early, do it. If you live in a state that only allows early voting with an excuse, click on the map to get the info on early voting.

Use to find out your early voting location. also tells you what you need to bring to the polls in your state.

Not Voting Early?

Be prepared: download and “read” this comic book by Greg Palast and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The last few pages provide advice for people who are sure they’re registered and are being told they’re not. Please consider donating to the creators of this book.

In most states it is illegal to campaign (i.e. wear buttons, shirts, stickers, hats, etc) near a polling station. The McCain camp is counting on Obama supporters showing up with their t-shirts, getting turned away and not bothering to come back to vote. This is one of many tactics that will be used to suppress the vote - keeping lines long, not enough ballots, malfunctioning voting machines, etc."

Click here to read all of the tips to make sure your vote will count.

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