You Should Registered to Vote on National Voter Registration Day
Now more than ever do Americans need to be registered to vote. Changes are coming and hopefully, they are for the better. The problem is we need to be willing to be that change by voting in our local, state and federal elections. Any time you have the chance to voice your opinion do it. Look what happened when people voted for the best Mexican restaurant in America, Taco Bell won! We El Pasoans know that is not true! Shout out to most El Paso Mexican restaurants who are a million times better.
It is great to share a post on social media about a candidate you support but that isn't going to do anything for us when it comes down to the actual election. The only thing that counts is casting your vote in real life. Yes, fellow millennials you need to get up and interact with people to cast your vote. Break the stigma of "your vote doesn't count" It does.
I understand where there are conspiracies about the government controls everything the way they want, but don't lose that hope. Don't fall into that darkness. If you love America, you need to believe in voting. We are a democracy and we need to be heard.
Even Google is shoving it in your face to register to vote, which is really easy. You can do so by:
- Mail, print out a copy of the National Voter Registration Form and mail it to your local election office.
- Call your local election office and vote in person.
- Register Online
- Register Through Text
The qualifications for voting are:
- A citizen of the United States (either by birth or naturalization)
- At least 18 years old by Election Day;
- A legal resident of Texas
- Not disqualified from voting due to a court order
- Not under Department of Corrections supervision for a
You can always contact your local election authorities to ask for a complete list of documents needed to vote. Do whatever it takes to cast your vote and watch the video above to learn more about the process.