REGISTER TO VOTE: 2018 — Deadline Tuesday, October 16; Hoboken City Clerk Office Open Until 9PM
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?
CLICK HERE to make sure you are.
DO YOU NEED TO REGISTER TO VOTE?
In New Jersey, voters must be registered 21 days prior to the election… this year, that means the registration deadline is Tuesday, October 16.
CLICK HERE to download a registration form.
ARE YOU WORRIED IT WON’T BE RECEIVED IN TIME?
Better safe than sorry—stop by the Hoboken City Clerk‘s Office at 94 Washington Street before the end of business on Tuesday, October 16th.
YOU WORK DURING THE DAY?
That’s cool. They’re open special hours until 9:00 p.m. through Tuesday night.
CAN YOU REGISTER ONLINE?
YOU WERE REGISTERED, BUT YOU MOVED.
You can automatically change your registration by updating your address through the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.
YOU’RE REGISTERED, BUT YOU DON’T KNOW WHERE TO VOTE?
Here, CLICK THIS and find out.
YOU WISH YOU HAD BETTER CHOICES?
Amen. Stay engaged at all levels, and support better candidates—particularly during the primaries and at local level, where your vote can have the most impact.
YOU’RE EXHAUSTED BY POLITICS?
That’s cool… now go vote.
Because that apathy is what feeds the political machines. They intentionally suck the marrow out of the democratic process, making it so mind-numbingly inane that any marginally educated person will likely see the folly of pinning any hopes on its effectiveness.
They make political participation so painstaking that vast swathes of the American electorate take themselves out of the process. Then, like the Grinch on Christmas morning, they make their play via a combination of voting blocs and underhanded tactics and they capture power—in the process validating the political strategies of exclusion.
The 2016 Election saw voter turnout of less than 57% here in Hudson County. Over 40% of REGISTERED VOTERS chose to stay home… for THAT election.
Stop rewarding ineptitude with inaction. Educate yourself on the issues and vote.