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Register to vote: In NY, last day is Friday, October 8, 2010

*All US voters: For a list of voter registration deadlines in each state, see Head Count website: here.

 

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Image via Wikipedia

 

Thanks to Capitol Confidential at the Times Union for the reminder.

The last day for New Yorkers to register to vote, in order to participate in the November 2010 elections is: 

Friday, October 8th

(Except under certain circumstances, see below or the full story at Capitol Confidential.)

The State Board of Elections today reminds all state residents to register to vote for the November 2, 2010 general election. Mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked by midnight, Friday, October 8th and received no later than October 13th to be valid for the upcoming general election…

Persons wanting to register in person may do so at their local county board of elections and at many state agency offices throughout the state, but must do so no later than October 8th, to be eligible to vote in the general election. However, new citizens and military voters have a later deadline. If you have been honorably discharged from the military or have become a naturalized citizen after October 8th, you may register in person at the local board of elections until October 22nd…

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