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Monday, November 01, 2004

Voter Information

1:07 PM

Benjamin Franklin VotingSo, it's down to the wire. I'm still thinking of flinging the wife over my shoulder and driving north across the border if Dumbya succeeds in duping the American electorate one more time.

This is just a short (relatively speaking) note to pass on some useful information I received from my friend Jim Roy—thanks for this info and I hope ya don't mind but I had to pass it on.

For those of you who haven't voted, I hope you do; happy polling....

Ashir "I can't vote but I can promote" Badami

[P.S. Voting may not make much of a difference if you're not in a swing state, but it's what little power you have in this country. We want the popular vote to be as high as possible for John Kerry. — Misha]

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A Toll-free Voter Hotline

The Voter Alert Line: 1-866-MYVOTE1 is a toll-free telecommunications system that allows voters who are experiencing difficulty in the voting process to record (in English or Spanish) a brief statement of their problem, and transfer, at no cost, to their local county/municipal board of election. Voters can also call the Voter Alert Line to find their polling location. The Voter Alert Line is up and running, and thousands of calls have already been processed.

InfoVoter Technologies' MYVOTE1 Voter Alert Line (1-866-MYVOTE1) will be operated from the National Constitution Center on Election Day, November 2, 2004, from 6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

NBC News' Natalie Morales will report on information coming through the Voter Alert Line from the Constitution Center, as well as Cristina Londono from Telemundo, NBC's Spanish language network, with additional coverage from locations around the country. The nationwide broadcasting of the Voter Alert Line analysis is part of "Making Your Vote Count," one of the centerpieces of NBC News' Decision 2004 political coverage. NBC 10 will also feature live coverage throughout the day and Renee Chenault-Fattah will co-anchor Election Day newscasts from the Constitution Center.

The Voter Alert Line is funded by a range of non-partisan organizations and academic institutions including: The Common Cause Education Fund, The University of Pennsylvania Fels' School of Government, The Reform Institute, and The Hispanic Voter Project at Johns Hopkins University. The National Constitution Center is a partner in this consortium.

National Constitution Center
525 Arch St
Independence Mall
Philadelphia, PA 19106


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