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Jennifer J Patico <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 27 Sep 2021 12:53:06 +0000
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Fyi! Information on how to register to vote.

Jennifer Patico
Professor and Chair
Department of Anthropology
Georgia State University
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From: garrett vigil <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2021 11:37:30 PM
Subject: Help us register students on National Voter Registration Day next week!

Hi Professor,

My name is Garrett Vigil with GeorgiaPIRG Students New Voters Project and I wanted to ask for your help in engaging Georgia State students in this year's National Voter Registration Day (NVRD)<> on September 28th! We are trying to help as many students register to vote between now and next Tuesday.

Will you help students get registered to vote and forward this email below to your students?

We have a lot of events planned on Tuesday, please let us know if you are interested in helping us get further involved. Thanks!


Garrett Vigil, Student PIRGs


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Voting is at the heart of any strong democracy. Today is National Voter Registration Day and if you are eligible to vote, it's a great opportunity to make sure that your voter registration status is up-to-date so you are ready to vote in the upcoming elections.

You can register for the first time or update your registration status right here<>.

As the largest and most diverse generation alive right now, young people have a chance to make a real impact in our country if every eligible voter participates in elections. In order to make sure that you can raise your voice and cast your vote in the upcoming local, state, and federal elections, you need to be registered to vote at your current address.

We know a lot of students recently moved for the start of the school year. If you need to register for the first time or you moved since you last registered, you can update your registration right here<>.

Voting Resources<>: Check your voter registration status and find out more about upcoming elections, including how to vote safely by mail.

Already registered to vote?

Fill out this pledge to vote<> to receive important reminders leading up to voter registration deadlines and Election Day.


Garrett Vigil
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