Rock the Vote: Presidential Primaries Tomorrow
Tomorrow millions of Americans will get up off their lazy humps and decide on their party’s presidential candidate. One of the biggest noise-makers this year is the competition between Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton. It’s been a trash-talking, mud-slinging campaign, but it’s important that you go out and vote tomorrow for the primaries.
It’s been neck-and-neck so far, and neither candidate has enough delegates to secure it all for November. If you are not already registered to vote, it may be too late to vote in the primaries tomorrow, but you can still make a difference in November, so be sure to register to vote.
If you’re not familiar with each candidate’s policies, be sure to check Wikipedia under each candidate’s names, and look for an unbiased comparison chart listing major hot topic issues. Most of these things can be found at RockTheVote.org, but you can find your own sources. That’s the best thing about voting – it’s your choice. Make your own opinions, no matter what anyone else tells you.
Don’t know if you’re registered to vote? Check out your State Board of Elections web site, and often times it can tell you if you’re registered to vote already. I had sent in my card months ago, but I wasn’t sure until I checked this morning on their site. Also, the SBOE for your state is a good place to look up polling locations.
Get out tomorrow and vote!