Voter Resources

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August 26th recognizes the commemoration of that day in 1920, on which the women of America won their right to vote. Let us pay tribute to the women, and all those individuals who fought to ensure that every American has the right to voice his or her opinion regardless of race, religion, or gender. One of the most precious things that we possess is our ability to vote, and only with active participation in our democracy will this nation's success be ensured.  

If you are not registered to vote, please use one of the voter resources below to register. If you have already registered to vote, please refer a friend, family member, or neighbor to do the same and fulfill their responsibility as an American Citizen. 

 

REGISTER TO VOTE

 

FIND YOUR POLLING LOCATION

 

REGISTER TO VOTE BY MAIL

 

 

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My office takes great pride in assisting constituents. We will do our best to help anyone who calls, writes, emails or visits my District Office. If you have a question, problem or concern on any state government issue, please tell my office about it. I'll try my best to answer it for you. And, if I don't have an answer, I'll work to find one for you. 

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