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Voting is Easy - Being Informed Takes Some Effort

Posted by Winnipeg Chapter on April 26, 2011 at 1:20 AM
Federal Election is Monday, May 2, 2011
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Below in an excerpt from Rabble.ca Voter's Guide

Voting

This is the easy part. If you are already registered to vote, you will be mailed a card indicating where and when you can vote. Or you can find out where to vote here. If you are not registered to vote, you can register to vote prior to election day, or you can bring two pieces of ID to any polling station on May 2nd to register and vote. If you are homeless and stay at a shelter, you can still vote by getting a shelter administrator to attest to your residence there. There really is no excuse not to vote.


Before you vote

Before voting, unless you are already part of a party, you'll want do some research...

Read the Rabble.ca Voter's Guide here.

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Following is an excerpt from X-Ray Magazine, Issue 23, April 21, 2011

This may not be the “social media election” but the growth of a grassroots social movement for democracy has seen hundreds of thousands of Canadians finding their election news on social media sites.

The growth and diversity of social media outlets, vote mobs and YouTube activism is the best thing to come out of this federal election. And we think that's something to celebrate. Check out the sites that are informing and inspiring people on their way to the polls. And join the party!...

Check out X-Ray's Top 10 Kick-Ass Election Sites here.

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“We must highlight the negative implications of another Conservative minority government, or worse, a Conservative majority government. Stopping the Conservatives from gaining power in this election will be a win in and of itself.”  ~Maude Barlow~


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Maude Barlow on 2011 Election - Week 1          

 

    

 

 



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