election protection 2012

 

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  • Election Day is Tuesday November 6
  • Maryland polls are open from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.


HAVE VOTING QUESTIONS?

Call 1-888-496-ACLU (2258)

 

  • Election Protection Hotline - The ACLU of Maryland 2012 Election Protection Campaign will be monitoring, recording, and responding to voter problems at the polls as well as any incidents of intimidation or suppression. If you have problems at the polls - we can help! 
  • Llame nuestra Línea de Protección 1-888-496-ACLU (2258) 

KNOW WHERE TO VOTE? 

 


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ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?  


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VOTER EMPOWERMENT

CARDS


  • Voter Empowerment Cards / Tarjetas de Informacion para los Votantes (download and print!/¡descargar y imprimir!)
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Do you know if former offenders can vote? 
  • Former Offender Voting Rights:
    • You CAN vote if you:
      • Are NOT currently incarcerated for a felony conviction
      • Are NOT currently on parole OR probation for a felony conviction
      • AND have registered to vote BEFORE October 16th, 2012. 
    • You do NOT need to provide documentation about your criminal history to register to vote
    • You must RE-REGISTER to vote after you complete your sentence, parole, and probation
    • You CAN register to vote if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor offense  
    • Click to download below! 
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want to volunteer?

 

  • Volunteer! Are you interested in the 2012 Elections? Would you like to volunteer and help protect voting rights in Maryland? 
    • Check out this flyer below for more info 
    • Contact Amy Cruice at cruice-aclu-md.org : 

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