Last night this scrolled across my Twitter-twatter:
One of my kids, who voted in 2018 election, just casually checked his voters registration. He’d been “purged.” No one ever contacted him. He has no idea why it happened. He reregistered.
THIS is why – check registration early and often. The GOP loves crippling the right to vote.
— Kurt Eichenwald (@kurteichenwald) December 2, 2019
There is no end to the eff-ery that the Republicans —who are committed to stay in power — are willing to use to keep us from voting them out. And while you think you are still registered to vote, do you know that you are?
Anyway, here’s a clearing house of voting information, including how to:
- Register to Vote
- Confirm That You’re Registered to Vote
- Change Your Voter Registration
- Check Your Registration
Much of this will be state-dependent, with different dates and requirements. Check your status early and often, as the example above shows us: just because you voted in 2018 does not mean that you on the voter roles for this year.