- 1May 14, '13 by herring_RN GuideWe will be voting for a new mayor as well as some city initiatives on May 21st. I will vote at my local polling place. I'll get very tired that week because I'll be working 3 12 hour shifts so colleagues can attend the NTI. (Of course I encouraged them to visit the ALLNURSES.COM booth.)
Way back I brought applications to vote by mail to work with envelopes and stamps to make it easy for people to vote. Yesterday I reminded people to be sure to put their ballot in the mail. I gave them each a stamp and one for their spouse.
Low turnout is expected so each vote counts. I asked them, "How would you feel if your candidate lost by one or two votes?"
I'm just hoping to discuss how to encourage citizens to vote.
- 3May 14, '13 by aknottedyarn GuideReminder: In Alaska election 2012 a young Yale graduate democratic candidate won his seat in the State legislature by 32 votes.
Every vote counts. One reason for his success is that he traveled to every town in his district. To some that might seem simple and obvious. In his district it meant by boat and plane for each of his visits. Political action works on both ends of the vote.
- 1Mar 28 by herring_RN GuideCalifornians Who Used Health Marketplaces Receive Voter Registration Forms
Californians who used health marketplaces receive voter registration forms - The Washington Post
Voter registration form:
[COLOR=#9d454f]NationalMail Voter Registration Form -- English[/COLOR]