Vote for Change: Register to vote now Think of all the people you know -- your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors. What if every one of them voted on Election Day?
That's a lot of votes.
But odds are, many of them aren't registered -- or aren't sure if they are.
Now there's an easy way to learn your status and get registered. Our new one-stop voter registration site, VoteForChange.com, lets you do it all: check your registration status, register to vote, request an absentee ballot, and find your early voting site or polling location.
Take a minute today to check out VoteForChange.com, and encourage your friends and family to do the same:
In just the past few weeks, 200,000 people have used VoteForChange.com to register to vote. That's a remarkable accomplishment, and we're well on our way to our goal -- 1,000,000 people using VoteForChange.com to register to vote before the election.
We're counting on all of our supporters to help reach this goal by forwarding this email to friends and family.
This election is going to be incredibly close, and we need every single vote we can get to win. But almost everywhere in the country, there are only a couple of weeks left before your registration deadline.
VoteForChange.com makes it easier than ever to confirm your registration. Instead of tracking down the right forms, all you need to do is answer a few basic questions and you'll be ready to vote.
If you're not sure if you're registered or if you have any questions, take a minute to visit the site and make your voice heard on Election Day:
Together, we can turn the tide of the past eight years and bring about the real change this country needs.
But we all need to vote -- and first, we all need to be registered.
Thanks for all that you do,
National Field Director
Obama for America
P.S. -- There are lots of ways to get this important information out there. Help spread the word by adding www.VoteForChange.com to your email footer, or share it with friends on online social networks.
Getting as many people as possible registered to vote, and then making sure they go to the polls, is going to take all of us working together. Thanks.