Reminder – You Can’t Vote if You don’t Register….

Do not rely on this chart. Check your state [Resource Here}.  Remember, you cannot vote if you don’t register [Another Resource Here]:

Many Deadlines are Fast Approaching.  If you have moved residences since the last election you may need to re-register.  Check your state.  These mid-terms are important.

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186 Responses to Reminder – You Can’t Vote if You don’t Register….

  1. WSB says:

    I just had OANN on. There was a mention that Paul Ryan has left 39 House seats without a Republican challenger.

    Can anyone verify this? I cannot seem to find anything to back up this report on the net.

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      If that’s true, it’s emblematic of the RINO “We can’t win that district anyway” mentality.

      And unfortunately for us and Trump, these fools have their heads so far up their ****** that they pay NO attention to stuff like 1) the Trump win in “can’t win ” states, 2) the #WalkAway movem’t, etc etc etc.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Richard says:

      You need to remember HOW Trump won. He focused on the states he needed to get the electoral votes needed. Trying to win every congressional race, regardless of the odds, would waste resources needed to win the close races.

      Liked by 4 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        So they don’t even bother to find someone to put on the Ballot?

        Sheesh, at least give the folks who are sick of the Dems someone to vote for.

        No need to pour tons of $$ at the thing.

        Like

    • Mandy says:

      Hubby has a spreadsheet with every House district in the nation, along with their presidential vote %s for the last 3 presidential runs.

      There are 62 Congressional districts which went for Clinton at 70% or more of the vote.

      Those ALL have demonicrat incumbents and all 62 also went for Obama in both of his runs.

      These are House districts like Elijah Cummings or Shelia Jackson Lee or Pramila Jayapal or Jose Serrano.

      The 39 most demonicrat leaning districts would be those which went for Hillaryhag by 75% or more…

      There’s no point in pissing away funds in those districts. If someone wants to run as an ‘informational’ type campaign from the super hard right on their own dime, GREAT! But why waste money in districts that are absolutely UNWINNABLE?

      NOT that we’re fans of Paul Ryan – I’m NOT defending him. Just saying not spending money in places where you don’t need it is not a stupid thing….

      Liked by 3 people

      • WSB says:

        I realize, just wondering about throwing a
        name out for at least another choice. With 36% of the black vote leaning toward the President, this would have been the year for filling in the box at the very least, IMHO.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Mandy says:

          I TOTALLY agree! I think the GOP has to do a MUCH MUCH MUCH better job getting people to run in these districts! I don’t think they understood it in time to act this time.

          Liked by 3 people

          • WSB says:

            I do too. “What do you have to lose?”

            One fabulous personality, $5K seed money, and just maybe…

            Sarah Palin’s gut instinct to go to Michigan. And John McCain’s feeble response telling her ,”No.”

            Old playbook. New playbook.

            Liked by 1 person

  2. teeheeman says:

    The #WalkAway movement (i.e. walk away from the democratic party) is holding a march in Washington DC on Oct 27. This organization is very legit and very passionate (I’ve gotten to know them) and CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE ON NOV 6. If the spirit moves you please consider hitting them up on their gofundme page where a donation match campaign is in process https://www.gofundme.com/walkaway-campaign-startup-costs

    Liked by 5 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      This March is why the testimonial page was shut down by FB.

      Almost a month now, and it’s STILL not back up.

      Liked by 2 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        So if you’re in the area, get your body over there, too. The bigger the crowd, the better.

        Should be some great speakers.

        Just please refrain from berating speakers that you have a personal grudge against, PLEASE. These peeps that are new to Conservatism are in the process of info gathering, and if people like Joy Villa and Ben Shapiro are helping them get there, it’s smart to let it go. IMO.

        I think MOST Conservatives were at one time impressed by the likes of Coulter, Shapiro, etc.

        Liked by 7 people

        • skifflegirl says:

          I wholeheartedly agree with this, sunny I knew that once President Trump was elected, this would be a cause of division among the ranks. The unifying force splinters after the main goal is met.

          One of the things I have admired about certain members of the Conservative/Libertarian/Free Thinker community is that they don’t speak ill of others in the same movement, whether or not they agree on everything 100%. We can always debate certain issues and we don’t have to completely agree, as long as we’re all moving in the same general direction,

          Now, if they’re lying and trying to mislead because of a paid agenda (which I think is currently going on in certain circles) that’s different.

          I used to like Joy Villa and Ben Shapiro, but now I don’t. But many people do, and as long as they are promoting Republican candidates, good for them. The important thing right now is a ‘big tent’ in order to crush Democrats at the polls. We have to stick together.

          Liked by 1 person

        • teeheeman says:

          THX sunnydaze…..indeed give these folks breathing room. My experience in recent weeks is these #WalkAway peeps get increasingly conservative as they gain knowledge and experience ON THEIR OWN. Just give them room and support to let that happen….

          Liked by 1 person

  3. StanH says:

    The most important thing that we can do, is to VOTE!!! The evil is exposed, it’s time to clean it up.

    Liked by 2 people

    • clive hoskin says:

      Some ICE agents(doing PR work of course)hanging around,helping people to vote would probably go a long way in helping stamp out voter fraud.

      Like

  4. Timmy- the-Ute says:

    We have mail in ballot in Utah and I got my ballot a couple of days ago.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Early voting in these parts begins in a couple of weeks, the 22nd. We’re chomping at the bit waiting to deposit two ballots straight Republican Ticket. M A G A

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Sammy Hains says:

    I have long believed this election will be about decency and civility, and a referendum on the Democrats’ hate and rage after losing, much like the 2002 election.

    And just like the Wellstone Memorial cemented that for 2002, I believe the Kavanaugh TRIAL has cemented that for 2018.

    In 2002, a year when “conventional wisdom” said Republicans should have lost seats, they gained 8 in the House and 2 in the Senate. I believe this year there will be some losses in the House, but well below media predictions, and not enough for it to flip. There will be numerous gains in the Senate, possibly putting Republicans near a filibuster-proof majority.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Buzz says:

      Just watch out for boxes full of ballots, all voting for democRATs, suddenly being found in trunks of cars all over the nation, especially if it looks like the Republicans are winning.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Right to reply says:

    Is it possible people have registered in all 50 states to vote? “Nonprofit VOTE says, “Persons experiencing homelessness can register and vote in all 50 states.” To register, you will need to provide a place where you can receive mail (e.g. an address for a local relative, agency, or church), and/or a description of where you live (e.g. the name of a park or street corner). The National Coalition for the Homeless provides a chart of which of these two pieces of information you need to provide, depending on your state.

    Bottom line: The right to vote is not in any way contingent upon having a home address.”

    Liked by 1 person

  8. ginaswo says:

    ARIZONA CORRECTION:

    10/9 is the deadline due to 10/8 holiday

    If you have a valid AZ driver’s license or non-operator ID, you may register to vote online:

    http://Www.arizona.vote
    Hit blue button on left that says ‘Register to Vote

    Follow prompts and hit orange button on bottom of every screen.

    If it processes correctly you will get a confirmation page.

    Or go to County Recorders office tomorrow, they are OPEN in all 15 counties

    Maricopa County Recorders office
    111 S 3rd Ave
    Phoenix

    OR

    Complete the form linked below and mail it to your County Recorder IT MUST BE POSTMARKED BY 10/9
    https://azsos.gov/files/voterregistrationformpdf

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Buzz says:

    “You can’t vote if you don’t register”
    Really? The democRATs and illegal aliens have been doing it for decades in California.

    Like

  10. Daryl says:

    False, you can, you just have to appeal to a judge. Dems do it all the time. But everyone should register anyway.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Pam says:

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  12. America First says:

    It is unconscionable that in 14 states you can show up to vote on Election Day and register. How can poll workers possibly spend adequate time to ensure that you are who you claim to be and are eligible to vote with a long line of voters behind you?

    Like

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