Remember: The Deadline For Registering To Vote Is Next Week!
It wasn't exactly a strong endorsement, though: “Romney does give us pause,” the editorial continued.
We at Central Track aren't as interested in endorsing a candidate. We just want you guys to vote and exercise those democratic muscles of yours!
So, to that end, allow us this quick reminder: The deadline to register to vote for Election Day is October 9. But how do you know if you need to register?
Well, if you're at least 17 years and 10 months old, or if this will be your first time registering to vote, or if you moved to a new county, TurboVote.org has an easy step-by-step process to follow make sure you're ready for Election Day, Tuesday, November 6.
If you've moved within your county since last registering, though, a change in writing does need to be made to the Voter Registrar in your county. A list by county can be found here.
Are you a newlywed? Congrats! Recently divorced? Sorry. If, for either reason (or even just for the hell of it), you just changed your name, you need to make sure you update your voter registration certificate through your Voter Registrar as well.
In general, it's also important to remember to bring a state ID or maybe even a current utility bill when you actually go to vote on November 6, as there's been a big hoopla over Voter ID laws in Texas of late.
Regardless of who you think should be running the country, just be sure to vote. It's your civic responsibility. Have fun with it. Also, have fun with now being registered to be summoned for jury duty, too!