Election Day Vote, know your Rights & Be Prepared!

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The India observer, TIO, NJ: With so many of our rights on the line in these elections, we know just how many countless hours of hard work that dedicated people like you have put in. Now, it’s finally time to vote for a democracy we can believe in and show elected officials what “We the People” means.

And just to make sure you have all the information in one place, we’ve gone ahead and made you this concise Election Day guide below. Screenshot, star, or save this email in your inbox so you can refer back to it.

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(For all you early voters out there, please share along this information to your friends, family, and anyone else you know who might need it. Nothing better than voters helping voters, right?)

Adam’s Election Day Guide

1. Know Your Rights on Election Day:

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2. Go Over Your Plan Before You Vote:

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3. Repeat After Us (Especially If You’re Stressed):

  • It’s unlikely that the election results in every single state will be clear on Election Night. That’s okay and completely normal. Have patience. Remember with absentee ballots, mail-in ballots, and other considerations, it takes time to count every vote – and that is what’s most important.
  • Our legal and advocacy teams are at-the-ready to protect your civil liberties at the polls – and wherever we may be needed on Election Day and beyond. Remember, the ACLU has national reach: We’re in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico. We’ll be here to defend democracy no matter what. Count on it.

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Subscribers, we hope this helps for tomorrow. We know this election year has been a long one, and we cannot thank you enough for being with us at every turn protecting voters’ rights – and all civil liberties – through it all.

Let’s vote our values tomorrow – and then, together, we will continue our critical fight for a nation that is truly just and equal for all.

For democracy and the people,

Source: The ACLU Team

Curated and Compiled by Humra Kidwai

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