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Sign the pledge to register to vote.

Sign the pledge to register to vote.

    1. Petition by

      National Voter Registration Day

Even if you think you're registered to vote, you may not be.

There are dozens of new laws that make registering and voting harder in 2012 than at any timesince the Voting Rights Act passed. These new threats to block the vote could keep unregistered voters out of the system.

And voter registration deadlines are coming up, with millions of Americans either still unregistered or who need to re-register for November's election.

National Voter Registration Day is September 25th, and this year, there’s no excuse. On this national day of action, Americans will come together to promote voter registration and makesure that no voter is left behind.

By signing, you commit to register to vote on or before National Voter Registration Day, and to double your impact by getting at least one new voter to get registered.

If you’re eligible to register and vote, there’s no reason you shouldn’t. And when you sign this petition, you can help create the pressure and positive reinforcement needed to bring newvoters into our process.

We’re at our strongest when we stand together. Sign this pledge and celebrate National Voter Registration Day.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 200 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Melanee Gragg WASHINGTON, DC
      • about 2 years ago

      Because its the right thing to do

    • Rene Perez HOMEWOOD, IL
      • about 2 years ago

      we want corruption to hear our voice

    • Cassandra Shields HOUSTON, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      Because I Believe in President Barack Obama. I have no idea why people wants him to fix things in four years that it told Pres. George Bush eight years to mess up. He has already done more for us as Americans what do people expect Rome was not built in a day. Besides we need a change and he has been doing that one step at a time.

    • Denise Smith DANVILLE, NH
      • about 2 years ago

      I have been busy, some of the time volunteer calling...and cannot honestly say I know what, if anything, in New Hampshire may have changed "behind my back."

    • Georgeanne Matranga PORT JEFFERSON STATION, NY
      • about 2 years ago

      I am already registered to vote where I always vote.


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