Voters can find their polling location by going to gottavote.com or vote.barackobama.com, or they can call 1-855-VOTE-213 (1-855-868-3213). Virginia has expanded the types of ID a voter can bring to the polls. Voters just need ONE form of ID. Acceptable IDs include: VA driver’s license VA voter registration card Student ID from any community or..
We will have a number of Voter Protection training sessions around the Commonwealth tomorrow – sign up with Victory Counsel here. As you know, the Democratic Party has a long history of fighting for and protecting the rights of voters. And this year, the DNC has continued to promote a system of elections that is..
October 15, 2012 – that’s it. Make sure that you, your family, friends, and fellow Democrats are registered to vote! Register to Vote – if you are not registered, you must do so by October 15, 2012 – see here for more information on how to register. If you think you are already registered, check..
Virginia college students can register to vote in their college communities – the VA State Board of Elections has information. The Deadline is this Monday, October 15. There is some confusion about which states accept college student IDs for voting – this site, sent to me by Mike Joba provides a good national map. For..
Happy Columbus Day! And join the Italian-American Democratic Leadership Council and support the re-election of President Obama!
Check out this excellent #DNC2012 video at about 1:44 – Kennedy – Romney debates show Romney the flip/flopper, trying to convince people that they should vote for him because he now has adopted his opponent’s (reasonable) positions. You could easily put together an add with Romney’s Denver debate positions and what he has been saying for the..
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