Hey, it's National Voter Registration Day in the US, and some officials are actively working to keep voters from the polls in November.

🗳Check your registration status — even if *think* it's up-to-date: headcount.org/verify-voter-reg
📇Make sure the info on your registration is up-to-date and correct
📅Plan on voting early if you can
💸Donate to voting rights orgs
🗣Spread the word

L. Rhodes
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A reminder to US voters: Chevk your voter registration status now.

Nearly half of the states have voter registration deadlines this week, starting on Monday, 10/8.

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