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AAPD Alert - Resources for US Voters to use if they have Questions about Voting on November 7, 2006

 

AAPD ALERT

The following are resources for voters to use if they have questions about voting.

The League of Women Voters Education Fund (www.vote411.org) provides such information as:

* ID requirements to vote

* Where to vote

* Early voting and absentee opportunities, plus more

For voting problems or if you need to talk to a lawyer, the nonpartisan Election Protection Coalition has launched its national voter assistance hotline (1.866.OUR.VOTE or

1.866.687.8683) and poll location website (www.mypollingplace.com). This hotline is staffed by live callcenter operators trained to provide state specific assistance to all voters. The services will include bi-lingual assistance for areas with a heavy concentration of Spanish-speaking voters.

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (www.naleo.org/veyvota.html) has set up a national nonpartisan, bilingual hotline.

* Am I registered to vote?

* How do I vote absentee?

* Where is my polling place?

* What is provisional voting?

* Can I vote early?

* My name is not on the list and they do not let me vote?

* I have not received my sample ballot?

* What information will be on the ballot?

* I went to the polling place and was denied assistance.

All voter rights complaints and obstacles to voting encountered by the voters will be documented and monitored.

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For more voting news issues, see:

http://www.aapd.com/dvpmain/votenews/indexvotenews.php

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