Sample Tweets & Facebook Posts

  1. Have you registered to vote? Register to vote at registertovote.org #VoteReady
  2. Where is your closest voting precinct? Find poll locations at vote411.org #VoteReady
  3. When is the deadline to register to vote? Visit vote411.org for important voter registration information #VoteReady
  4. New voter identification law significantly affect young minority voters. Exercise your right to vote#VoteReady
  5. As a result of changes in voter identification laws, more minorities between the age of 18-29 were asked to show id. Be prepared#VoteReady
  6. As many as 11 percent of eligible voters do not have government-issued photo ID#VoteReady
  7. Approximately 3.2 million voters were impacted by the change in voter identification laws#VoteReady
  8. A total of thirty-four states have passed voter ID laws. Learn when the law will be implemented at http://tinyurl.com/VoterIDLaws #VoteReady
  9. Wisconsin’s voter ID law was declared unconstitutional on March 12, 2012#VoteReady
  10. Rhode Island’s voter ID law takes effect in two stages. Find out more about the stages at http://tinyurl.com/VoterIDLaws #VoteReady
  11. Arizona, Ohio, and Virginia currently have strict non-photo ID law #VoteReady
  12. Are you a college student or someone who cannot physically vote in their voting district? Learn more about absentee voting at https://www.fvap.gov/ #VoteReady
  13. Let your voice be heard. Make sure you’re #VoteReady
  14. Do you have a state photo identification card? Be #VoteReady
  15. The right to vote is one of the fundamental parts of American society. Exercise your right #VoteReady
  16. Over 100 restrictive bills regarding voting laws have been proposed #VoteReady
  17. America has a history of suppressing minority voters. Be #VoteReady
  18. The 15th Amendment guarantees that the right to to vote shall not be denied or abridged on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. Exercise your right. #VoteReady
  19. The 26th amendment allows individuals 18 and older the right to vote.#VoteReady
  20. Some states allow youth to register to vote before they are 18. Be #VoteReady
  21. Voter new identification laws disproportionately affect elderly, minority and low-income groups #VoteReady
  22. News21 identified only 10 voter impersonation cases out of 2,068 alleged election fraud cases since 2000 #VoteReady
  23. There are few cases of voter fraud #VoteReady
  24. In Pennsylvania, nearly 760,000 registered voters don’t own state-issued ID cards. Make sure you’re #VoteReady
  25. The first strict voter identification law was passed as early as 2003 #VoteReady
  26. In 2011 alone, legislators in 34 states introduced bills requiring voters show photo ID. #VoteReady
  27. For 2014, 21 states have proposals to create new voter ID requirements, or amend existing voter ID laws. Be #VoteReady
  28. Continue to fight for your right to vote. #VoteReady
  29. About 5.3 million Americans are denied the right to vote because they are convicted felons #VoteReady
  30. Approximately 13% of black men are unable to vote. Exercise your right. #VoteReady

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