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Update voter registration

Dear Editor:

During the spring Democratic caucus, a number of people showed up to vote for which no record of their voter registration could be found. Some were turned away. Some completed affidavits swearing that they were registered.

If you fit in either of those two categories, please check with the clerk’s office in the county you reside in to make sure your registration is updated. You know who you are. Don’t put it off. Do it soon. You don’t want November to come and find out you are not able to vote.

For those of you who know you aren’t registered because you never did or because you moved, do the same. There will be many voter registration drives throughout the valley that you might also take advantage of.

Just get it done. We’ve got to change the direction of the country.

Gerry Terwilliger


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