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Clarksville for Obama community mass Voter Registration Drive and Rally

 

Election 2012Clarksville, TN – On May 26th, 2012, Clarksville For Obama in partnership with Credo for Congress and members of the Montgomery County Democratic Party will hold a Mass Community Voter Registration Drive at 420 – A Madison Street, Clarksville, TN from 12 noon to 4:00pm.

Come out and meet your Democratic Party, federal, state and local candidates for the 2012 election season, but most of all registering to vote will make sure you can vote in all of the upcoming elections that lead right up to the Presidential Elections in November.

Register to Vote. Your Vote is Your Voice!

Register to Vote. Your Vote is Your Voice!

Some of the reasons you might need to fill out a Voter Registration Application:

  • Applying to register to vote for the first time.
  • Had a change of address since the last time you voted.
  • Had a name change since the last time you voted.
  • To replace a past voter card for whatever reason.

If you are not sure whether you fall under any of these categories then you need to attend this voter registration drive and ASK questions!

All Democratic Party organizations and members are encouraged to attend!

This event free and open to the public. Free Hotdogs, Chips & Drinks to all who attend!

Let’s get fired up and ready to go: Voting is the heart of our strong democratic system.

Your Vote:

  1. Voices your opinion on current events and on your preference for your representation in government.
  2. Shows support for our democracy and our nation.
  3. Ensures that the struggle of those who have fought and died for your right to vote was worthwhile.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE!!

Contact person for this Press Release is: Mr. Terry McMoore, Chairman, Clarksville For Obama, 931.378.1999

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