Your Vote Does Count 2004 Presidential Election – Total Voter Turnout 75% 73%
Your Vote Does Count 2004 Morgan County Voter Statistics 71% 80%
How Can I Make a Difference? 1. Understand How Government Works 2. Be Informed About Your Candidates 3. Be Informed About the Issues 4. Contact Your Elected Officials 5. Spread the Word 6. Register to Vote Knowing how your government works will help you voice your thoughts to the right officials. Visit http://govengine.com. Monitor the views of candidates and elected officials using resources such as: On The Issues – www.ontheissues.orgProject VoteSmart – www.vote-smart.org Campaigns & Elections Magazine -- http://www.campaignsandelections.com America4Sale -- http://www.america4sale.net/ Coalition for a Prosperous America -- http://www.prosperousamerica.org/ Peter Navarro’s Daily Blog -- http://www.peternavarro.com/ Pick up the following books: Dan DiMicco’s Steeling America’s Future; Peter Navarro’s The Coming China Wars; Tom Mullikin’s Truck Stop Politics. Find all your federal, state, and local officials at http://www.america4sale.net/ Contact your federal representatives at http://www.house.gov and http://www.senate.gov Contact the President: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact your Alabama representatives at http://www.legislature.state.al.us/ Contact the Governor: http://www.governor.alabama.gov/ Tell your friends, family, and co-workers. Share information, articles, and stories. Organize or attend events and meetings about domestic manufacturing. You may register in person at any of these locations: The office of the Secretary of State or any county boards of registrars The website of the office of the Secretary of State Any driver’s licensing office Departments of Human Services, Public Health, or Rehabilitation Services Most public libraries Public four-year universities and some private universities
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