September 25th is #NationalVotersRegistrationDay and many of your favorite celebrities and companies are encouraging you to get registered.
It’s 2018 and let’s face it, many, if not most, are more vocal than ever about their disdain for the state of our country. Fortunately something can be done, however, it starts with accountability.
Ahead of midterm elections, which take place on November 6, anyone who plans to vote must be registered.
Former First Lady, Michelle Obama recently took the podium during her “When We All Vote” campaign run, to explain the importance of registering.
”Believe me, I am frustrated too,” she said. “I am sick of all the chaos and messiness of our politics. It’s exhausting, and frankly, it’s depressing, so I understand wanting to shut it all out … but democracy continues with or without you.”
What Mrs. Obama said is what it ultimately boils down, whether you vote or not, someone will end up in office.
Luckily, registration has become easier and easier. Those who are not yet registered can submit their application online. Obama’s campaign urges citizens to visit .http://Whenweallvote.org. and simply hit the “register to vote button” to submit their information within minutes.
Deadlines for registration vary by state.