Online event to help promote National Voter Registration Day
This fall, the entire U.S. House of Representatives, one third of the U.S. Senate, several Governors, and various other offices are up for election as part of the national Midterm elections. With public interest and involvement on the rise, aois21 wants to help eligible citizens have a voice by making sure they are registered to vote!
In the last general election, millions of Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register.
- Many Americans are not aware that they must register to vote before they can cast a ballot, in some cases 30 days in advance of the election.
- If you turned 18 recently, changed your name, moved, or haven’t voted in recent elections, then you need to update your voter registration.
- One out of nine of Americans have moved in the last year, rendering their former registration outdated.
Updating your voter registration is the surest way to ensure a trouble-free experience at the polls.
After seeing how bookstores across the country are hosting events and helping customers register, we are determined to help out as well. We will be hosting an online webcast at 8 pm ET on the aois21 Periscope feed and YouTube channel on September 25th and sharing unique voter stories. Additionally we'll share details about all the races on the ballot this fall as every state has something to vote for.
Casting your vote is a chance for you to have a voice in your government, and aois21 is committed to helping others have a voice, so register to vote and let yourself be heard!