Registering to vote?-please help I never get the card.?

Registering to vote?-please help I never get the card.? Topic: Give your other vote to the sister
June 25, 2019 / By Zephania
Question: I have been trying so much to register to vote but I never get that darn card in the mail, which you cant vote without right? I have registered at least 6 times in the past 9 months and still have never got a card. I have registered with those people that have petitions to sign as well as a group of people at my school whos job was to get you registered (that was about 1 month ago). Shouldn't I have got at least that card by now? My sister was thinking maybe the first time I registered they forgot to send the card and every other time they see I am registered. I dunno but its really annoying with the elections coming up. Where can I go to either call to see if I am registered and get a card or re-register and it actually get sent. WTF why are the first 2 answers so dumb. Answer or dont bother. As for the 3rd, will all court houses be that way? I can do that and that sounds great you get the card right away. I have been re-registerinf like a crazy woman. ANY opportunity to register I take, but no results! Sorry California i never voted before cuz my 18th bday was a few weeks after the last prez election and after that I was too busy to pay attention and now I cant get the darn card.
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Skye Skye | 10 days ago
I registered at my court house and if you have ID they give you the card immediately. I did not need my card to vote however because the people running my precinct knew me personally. ***Edit: Try this site and see if it can provide the information you need http://www.vote411.org/ A simple ID should suffice when you go to vote in CA. But back to the card you want, In addition to ID I think I needed a proof of my address, which is the point of that card they mail to you and since I had that they didn't have to mail anything to confirm it.
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Skye Originally Answered: If you vote for McCain you are racist, but if you vote for Obama then that makes you sexist?
Boy, did you nail it on the head! As I always tell the liberals, if I'm a racist for not voting for Obama, then they must be a racist for not voting for McCain. Obama's supporters are a poor excuse for liars as well. Wright is a bigot but he's voting for Obama. The Black Panthers are racist but they are voting for Obama. They "claim" Obama doesn't want nor has he ever had any ties to them. Yet, Obama was very good friends with the person who actually started the BP. Image that! That article was released not even 2 weeks ago in News Max. And if "any" newspaper, magazine, etc. say anything against Obama it is considered biased and racist by his supporters; even if the guy is a member of the American Civil Rights Union.

Orian Orian
I've been registered since I was 18, and just got my card about 6 months ago...I'm 29 now! However, I've always been able to vote without any hassle...just show your ID and you can whip through like all other qualified voters. Hopefully you current address matches the address you signed on the Voter's Application...if so, you're ready! And, even if they dont match, you still are ready because they are more concerned with you being you, not where you live. Be sure you vote at the precinct designated for your address. This information is usually posted in local newspaper days b4 an upcoming election and perhaps the 6 o'clock news may give a website to look up the location.
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Lehi Lehi
You didn't say what state you are in, but most states will issue the card when you are entered in the register of voters. You do need to confirm that you have been registered, and you need to know where you are supposed to vote. Once you are on the register you will not really need the voter registration card. You can usually show ID, or if they recognize you be allowed to vote on that basis.
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Jaden Jaden
if you are real worried , just re register , you can do it on line just do a web search also don't worry just having a drivers license will count as id for voting
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Finnegan Finnegan
...call (or go by personally) to your county voter registration office ....tell them you need the darn card!!!...they can get it for you ....please, let me praise your effort to vote!!! ...see ya' at tha' polls....to elect our Senators and U.S. Representatives ....i am pzzzzd offff at the onezzzz there juz now, (Texan by birth)
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Darien Darien
I would call the courthouse in your county. There should be someone there who knows who is in charge of it.
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Darien Originally Answered: Christian men & women of color. Why do you vote for liberals? Why did you vote for Obama?
Oh, I'm sorry. I must have missed the part in the Bible where Jesus said that the only way to get to heaven is by engaging in partisan politics on the Republican side of the spectrum. I am a pro-life liberal (yes, there is such a thing, and there are quite a few of us), and our policies are more in line with biblical doctrines than any other. 1. We support helping the poor and creating opportunity for them to escape poverty, something that you Palinites could never understand. 2. We don't judge others based on their lifestyles. We accept that every person's private life is between them and God (or whoever they believe in), and we don't "throw the first stone", something that conservatives practice on a daily basis. 3. We support the idea that ALL PEOPLE are created equal, not just middle and upper-class conservative homeowners. 4. We fight against unjustified, politically-motivated wars and try to stop the slaughter of innocents. 5. We fight to give humanitarian and food aid to the poorest people on the planet, where conservatives want to scrap humanitarian programs and put that money into making the weapons that cause there to be a need for humanitarian aid in the first place. 6. In general, we wish to abolish the death penalty, because not only did Jesus say nothing about the death penalty, he proved that mercy and compassion do far more good than hard-hearted vengeance. God is the only one who has the authority to take someone's life as a punishment. Life in prison is a much more humane and just punishment for murderers and rapists. They aren't killed, but they lose their freedom, their family, and their dignity for life. This is just a short list. If you conservatives could see past your party's self-righteous agenda, then you would realize that most of your policies actually go against Jesus' teachings. I will agree with you cons on one point, though. Abortion except in cases of medical necessity should not be a reproductive right, it should be murder in the first degree.

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