Just moved to Jackson County, MO? Changed addresses within the county lately? Has ‘register to vote’ been on your to-do list for a while? Your staff at Colbern Road Branch can help you mark ‘register to vote’ off your list! But hurry! To be qualified to vote in the August 3, 2010 Primary Election, you must be registered by July 7th. To vote in the November 2, 2010 General Election, you must be registered by October 6th.
Did you know it’s been 90 years since women gained the right to vote in the United States? The 19th Amendment passed August 18, 1920, and the amendment was certified August 26, 1920. Women’s Equality Day is celebrated August 26th to mark this event.
The last day to register to vote in the November 2nd general election is October 6th. You can register to vote at any Mid-Continent Public Library branch, and the process takes only a few minutes. A very helpful website is maintained by Robin Carnahan, the Missouri Secretary of State. You can access the site here for additional information.
It's about that time again: voting season! On August 7th, voters across the country will cast their ballots for their favorite candidates. No matter if you're red or blue, we are the place for you! Many MCPL locations act as polling places, including South Independence, North Independence, and Midwest Genealogy Center.
CNN is buzzing, ABC has George Stephanopoulos on standby, and your Facebook friends are sharing their opinions. It must be time to vote! The presidential election is just a few weeks away, but before you can punch your ballot, you need to register.
Once again, it is time to fulfill our sacred duty to our wonderful country as the Presidential election is drawing near. I would encourage you to take a brief survey of any change that may have happened in your life since the last general election; has your address changed or has your name changed?
October 10, 2012 is the deadline to register for the November 6th election. You can go to any local MCPL branch to update information or register to vote.
With the media coverage the past few months, it would be hard to forget that Election Day is this Tuesday, November 6th. But with all the heated political rhetoric that's come with that coverage, it has been easy to lose sight of the importance of voting. If you're a registered voter, please let your voice be heard.