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ACLU issues "Voter Empowerment Cards"

Daniel Levitas writes: ACLU Voter Empowerment cards for Florida, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Washington State are now posted to the ACLU web site. Cards for approximately 23 additional states are still being developed. Please check the site periodically for new additions.

These Voter Empowerment Cards are designed to inform voters of their rights and responsibilities, and to help voters avoid problems when casting a ballot. Along with downloadable cards, there is state-specific information on this site about voter registration forms, absentee ballot applications and polling place locations. The site includes contact information for ACLU affiliates, as well as state election authorities.

Cards may be downloaded and printed at no charge, although the text may
not be altered in any way.