The Greater Terre Haute NAACP Branch is making a “full court press” toward getting voters out to the polls between now and Tuesday, November 6. People are encouraged to be a voter and take another voter with them when they go to vote.

“Voting matters,” remarks John E. Lang, political action committee chair, “to keep our democracy working.” The branch meeting on Monday, October 15 at the Vigo County Public Library at 6:30 p.m. will communicate important information to help registered voters be more effective voters.

The NAACP is non-partisan and does not support or endorse any particular political party.

The information program will discuss such topics as: Why Vote; Why Voting is important; Where to Vote; Early Voting, Absentee Voting, and In-Person Voting; Who’s on your Ballot; How to find out about a candidate’s position.

Jeanne Rewa, Community Coordination chair, will demonstrate the use of VOTE411, which provides invaluable information for voters about candidates as well as registration and voting status.

Thomas Jefferson said “should things go wrong at any time, the people will set them to rights by the peaceable exercise of their elective rights.”

This NAACP meeting is open to the public. Be informed. Vote responsibly!

Distributed by John E. Lang, Chair
Political Action Committee
Greater Terre Haute NAACP Branch