Today is the Day: Register to Vote

The title says its all—today is the last day to register as a voter in the 2016 presidential election.

Despite differences in opinions, we can all agree that the ability to be heard by the leaders of our nation is indeed a great one. Every American citizen has the opportunity and the right to have his/her voice heard through voting.

This past weekend, Senator Johnny Isakson addressed the subject at the Georgia College Republican Convention, stating that, regardless of the number of votes, “it only takes one vote to win an election.”  Every vote counts.

Registering is a simple, fast procedure and can be completed in Georgia here.

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Slight correction. Today is deadline for primary registration. Oct 11 is general election deadline.

http://www.myajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/georgias-voting-calendar-registration-deadlines-se/nnXrG/

davidmac
davidmac

Will GeorgiaPol be putting together a voters’ guide for the primary?
(And who the heck is Rodney Stooksbury [aside from the sacrificial lamb facing Tom Price] – he has no Google presence)

Also, as a recent transplant, I’m amused to see nonbinding political platform questions on the primary, i.e.:
Republicans are asking if vouchers shoud be part of the platform;
Democrats are asking about expanded Medicaid, paid family leave, environmental protection, and automatic voter registration.

Jon Richards
Jon Richards

To your first question, not likely. GeorgiaPol has no single editorial voice. Each contributor may or may not want to highlight one or more races, or not. Charlie’s pretty much said that Paul Broun is a prophet for profit. For me, I’ll say that despite his faults, Tom Taylor is a better bet than Tom Owens, and that Meagan Hanson is a better choice for Brookhaven than Catherine Bernard, Bu that’s pretty much the type of voter guide you’ll get from us. As far as your second observation, political parties putting non-binding questions on primary ballots is a long running… Read more »