October 17, 2021

Waking Thought! Get Voter Registration Information

Election 2016 2

In your travels you are probably meeting people who say, “I’m voting for Trump (Cruz, Carson, or Paul)” and they haven’t voted in recent elections or have never voted in a primary.

Remember we learned in 2012 that if all of the middle class Republicans had bothered to vote, Romney could have won, but discouraged, they stayed home.

Related update:  Muslim Brotherhood-dominated groups launch massive US Muslim voter drive, here.

This morning when I wrote about how important it is to get voters registered for the Republican primary election, I was reminded of an article at the Daily Caller by reporter Chuck Ross that I had set aside just days before Christmas.

A cabal of Muslim organizations met at the National Press Club, not to voice their sorrow over San Bernardino, but to announce they will change America at the ballot box and have launched a massive voter registration drive “to use the ballot to fight bigotry.”

Unless you’re deeply involved already and know the rules, everyone reading this should call your county or state board of elections office today and find out what the rules are for your state about voting in the primary.

Some states require registration in a given party (not a registration as an Independent) to allow you to vote in say the Republican primary.  It is vital that you be able to help select the Republican nominee if you want a Washington ‘outsider’as the next President.

If you are in a such a state (that doesn’t allow Independents to vote in the primary), even if you are angry at the GOP, there is nothing shameful about registering as a Republican for the primary and then returning to your Independent registration after the 2016 election.  Make sure they know that party registration doesn’t matter in the general election in November.

 For a link showing primary dates in all 50 states, click here to see those dates.

While you are on the phone with your election board, ask what the deadline is for running against an incumbent and what is required to get on the ballot.  No sense yakking about ‘primarying’ someone if the deadline has come and gone.

Also, remember it will take a lot of resources (or a huge volunteer force with time) to unseat someone like Paul Ryan who will have national resources coming to his rescue.  So, also consider an independent run for the seat and make him work.

So to wrap-up, when your plumber, your grocery clerk, or your hairdresser tell you they “love Trump” (Carson, Cruz, Paul) and are voting for him, ask them if they are registered to vote in the primary and tell them the dates in your state that they must be registered by in order to do that.

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