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Voto Latino 15h
There’s a lot that you can do for . If you can’t attend a local protest, you can do the following: (thread) /1
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Rock the Vote 12h
“Our greatest weapon is our vote...The most important thing that we can do is take our voices straight to the polls, so I‘m so happy to be collaborating w/ & some really amazing artists to urge our generation to go to the polls."-
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Black Voters Matter 21h
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many changes to election dates and polling locations. Stay updated on the latest voting information via our partners at ! ✊🏾
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Rock the Vote 17h
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge, the ongoing question of how our elections will be protected remains the same. Voters need options that prioritize their health, including universal vote-by-mail and safe in-person voting.
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Rock the Vote 19h
Voters with disabilities face many barriers to the ballot box. We're calling on elections officials to make voting more accessible – all voters deserve the same access to polling locations.
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Rock the Vote 21h
Democracy Summer is not over just yet, and we've already hit our goal of registering 200k voters! Share this link: with someone that needs to get registered or is turning 18 soon! Together we can shock the system in Nov.
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Rock the Vote 22h
"Tennessee [plans] to enforce a requirement that first-time voters who register by mail cast their ballots in person, despite a judge’s ruling that allows all eligible voters to cast absentee ballots during the coronavirus pandemic."
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Rock the Vote Jul 1
Can you believe it's already July? Here is every registration deadline for the month of July, to prepare you for August! No excuses, get registered to vote:
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Ben Schwartz Jul 7
Voting registration deadlines for July!
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Thank you for helping get the word out Queen! 🙏🏽✨
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Replying to @JanetJackson
Thanks for the love! Get more info on your states election:
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Janet Jackson Jul 7
Make your voice heard! ✔️ via
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
100 + days and still no answers or acknowledgment from Lousiville PD. We have to protect Black women like Breonna Taylor, Oluwatoyin, Nia Wilson and many more. 🎨 allisonpottercreative
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
From : 83% of young voters said they believe young people have the power to change the country, with 60% feeling they're part of a movement that will vote to express its views.
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
The ruling also banned most voters from having absentee ballots emailed or faxed to them + reinstated a requirement that voters be Wisconsin residents for at least 30 days before an election.
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Excited to join this team of brilliant women!
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Replying to @RockTheVote
: The Arlington County Board Special Election is today! Polling places will be open until 7pm. If you are voting by mail ballot, your completed ballot must be received by the registrar at 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201 by 7pm today to be counted.
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Replying to @RockTheVote
: If you are voting in-person, you will be asked to vote using a provisional paper ballot. If, after the election, administrators determine that you are eligible to vote, your ballot will be counted as a regular ballot. Polling places will be open from until 8pm.
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Replying to @RockTheVote
: This is a primarily vote-by-mail election. Your completed ballot must be postmarked today and received by 8pm on July 14. You can also return your mail ballot in person at your county board of elections or a designated drop box by 8pm today.
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Rock the Vote Jul 7
Replying to @RockTheVote
: Polling places will be open until 8pm. If you are voting by absentee ballot, your completed ballot must be received by your county office by 8pm. If you are 17, but will turn 18 prior to the general election on Nov. 3, you are eligible to participate in the primary.
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