Virginia requires that voter registration forms be submitted 22 days prior to the Nov. 2nd mid-term election. That’s October 11th, fellow Virginians, and we must be ready.
True, our voices and questions have proven impossible to ignore these past few years, despite an onslaught of efforts to silence us and to suppress our message. Our persistence has paid off, bringing to light much that needs to be corrected, unraveled, and even undone. We have the attention of many who want to know more; it seems to me that potential millions are now looking at our message with more receptive interest. Yet, without a decisive victory November 2nd, we will not have the opportunity to actually do anything to repair decades of damage to our nation. With such a loss of our tremendous momentum, we will likely have all but placed our Republic at the feet of future tyrants, and they anxiously await our comeuppance.
November 2nd is not a rally; it’s an Election! Election day is the single day, occurring only every 24 months, on which we will all be counted. Congress and the press routinely obscure our assembled numbers, distracting their followers from our facts with baseless accusations and outright lies. But our system, at least for this next election, counts every vote, even ours! Be counted, and urge others to be counted, as well.
Although a large number of small government minded voters are registered, we really, really need to motivate all like-minded registered voters to VOTE.
The above link accesses Virginia’s Voter Registration site. The basics are:
2. Obtaining the form
3. Submitting the form
Basically, you must be 18 (by election day), a U. S. citizen and Virginia resident, not mentally incompetent or a felon or registered in another state.
2. Obtaining the Form:
Persons eligible to register can obtain a registration application at any of the following locations:
- Local voter registration office
- State or local government offices when applying or recertifying for Aid to Dependent Children, Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid, or Rehabilitation Services
- Government offices in the State that provide State-funded programs primarily engaged in providing services to person with disabilities
- Armed forces recruitment offices
- Public libraries
- State Board of Elections office
- Department of Motor Vehicles offices
3. Submitting the Form:
The completed application can be filed with the local registration office or mailed to the address printed on the form.
- If mailing the form, it must be postmarked by October 11th.
- If hand-delivering the form, it must be submitted on or before October 11th.
Application for registration can be submitted using a Virginia Voter Registration Application form or a National Voter Registration Application form. Military and other persons residing outside of the United States should contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program for registration information.
*Once you have submitted your registration form, you should receive a voter registration card in the mail. If you do not receive one, contact your local Registrar’s Office to make sure that your application has been processed.
Please forward this information to any and all who may be willing to truly act as grassroots participants in the most critical effort of our time.