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National Voter Registration Day- #CelebrateNVRD

Today, September 22, is National Voter Registration Day, celebrated the 4th Tuesday of every September. Even if you are already registered yourself, you can still help your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers exercise their most fundamental right our democracy by helping them register to vote. If you are part of a nonprofit, please make sure your clients and the populations you serve know about how easy it is to get registered in Connecticut: online voter registration (voterregistration.ct.gov) and same-day rgistration have made it easier than ever to register. Voter registration forms can be found in public libraries around New Haven, state offices (e.g. DSS), as well as at City Hall (165 Church Street) and the Hall of Records (200 Orange Street).
Questions about voting? Visit www.newhavenvotes.org for more info. And please use #CelebrateNVRD for any voting-related social media postings!

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