Early voting for 2016 elections has already begun

By Joseph Landrum

earlyvoting4In the last presidential election, about 35% of voters, over one third of the total, voted early. In several states, over half of all voters voted prior to Election Day.

So if you’re waiting to share where the candidates stand with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and all other social media, DON’T. The time to start is NOW. Pro-lifers need to educate themselves AND their friends about where the candidates stand on life issues NOW. As of this writing, voters in eleven states have already begun, and many more will follow soon.

To find out how to cast a ballot early in your state go to www.vote.org/early-voting-calendar.

NRLC wants to help. Go to: www.nrlpac.org.

Please use your social networks to share the invaluable resources here with your pro-life family, friends and colleagues.

For many voters, election “day” is any day now, and we simply can’t wait to make sure they know where the candidates stand on life.

EARLY VOTING

In 2016, 35 states and the District of Columbia offer early voting, some which began as early as last month. Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming, all began in September.

Throughout October, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin will begin.

As noted above go to www.vote.org/early-voting-calendar/ to find out how to cast a ballot early in your state.

Whether you take advantage of early voting, or if you vote the traditional way on November 8th, life is on the line this election, and your vote is more important than ever.