Monday, November 3, 2008

Election Day Voting Rights - Tuesday, November 4
  • Verify your polling place. Call your local Registrar of Voters or election officials.
  • Bring identification, preferably a government issues photo ID with your name and registered address
  • Ask for help from poll workers and check posted signs if you have a question or need assistance
  • Make sure to cast a vote. If you are in line when the polls close, stay in line. You are entitled to vote.
  • If you are offered a provisional ballot ask if you can cast a regular ballot by providing additional ID or by going to another polling place. If no alternative is available cast a provisional ballot.
  • If you have a voting rights problem ask to speak with the chief election official or a voting rights volunteer at the polls or call the national Election Protection Hotline:
English language: 1-866-OUR-VOTE
Spanish language: 1-888-Ve-Y-VOTA
Asian languages: 1-800-966-5946 (Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese or Khmer)

Issued by: CT People’s Weekly World (203) 624-8664

See below re: Vote No on Constitutional Convention (posted 10/10/08)