Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Early Voting Has Begun in Select States!

PFLAG is urging us to the Get Out The Vote. In some states you can skip lines and vote early! Voting has begun, vote NO on marriage amendments! Vote Obama!

Arkansas: Early voting has begun in the state. (Vote NO on Act 1, that bans unmarried co-habitating couples)

Arizona: which is facing a divisive anti-gay amendment (no on 102), voting is also already taking place.

Colorado: Early voting begins today and ends October 31. Vote-by-mail applications msut be received by October 28 (via mail) or October 31 (in-person).

Florida: Early voting begins today and ends November 2, (No On prop 2 "marriage protection amendment"). Vote-by-mail applications are due October 29.

Georgia: Early voting begins October 27 and ends October 31. Vote-by-mail applications are due by October 31.

Indiana: Early voting is already underway and ends November 3. Vote-by-mail applications are due by October 27.

Iowa:
Early voting is already underway and ends November 1.

Maine: Early voting is already underway and ends on November 4.

Montana: Early voting is already underway and ends November 4. Vote-by-mail applications are due November 3.

Nevada: Early voting is already underway and ends on October 31. Vote-by-mail applications are due by October 28.

New Mexico:
Early voting is already underway and ends November 1. Vote-by-mail applications must be received by October 31.

North Dakota: Early voting is already underway and ends on November 3.

Ohio: Early voting is already underway and ends November 3. Vote-by-mail applications must be received by November 1.

Tennessee: early voting has started, and lasts until October 30.

The District of Columbia: early voting started on October 20.

Wisconsin: Early voting is already underway and ends on November 3.

5 comments:

Omaha Gay Village said...

Already voted in Omaha, all Democrat. The Presidential and Congressional races in Nebraska's 2nd district are CLOSE!

Queers United said...

Way to go Omaha, every vote counts! I hope the dems win in your locale.

Emma said...

I voted yesterday! No gay rights issues on my ballot this year-- Texas put a same-sex marriage ban in the constitution in the very first election I was able to vote in, three years ago. :(

And oh yeah, I voted Obama... not that it matters in a state as red as this one. It's kind of depressing being a liberal Texan.

Queers United said...

Emma thanks for your support! I am sure Texas will be more liberal friendly over time =)

Omaha Gay Village said...

Nebraska can split it electoral votes, so Obama could win one of our five. So if you know anyone in Omaha, GET THEM TO VOTE! I'm trying the best I can over here! LOL It would be nice to live in the blue dot of an otherwise red state. Red since like 1964!

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