Even if you think you're registered to vote, don't take the chance. All Americans should double check their voter registration now. Vote caging is a
March 25, 2008

Even if you think you're registered to vote, don't take the chance. All Americans should double check their voter registration now. Vote caging is already being done this campaign cycle and it will continue all the way to November. Rush Limbaugh and the Republicans have already committed voter fraud during the primary season and they'll stop at nothing to win. Even if you've already voted in your state's primary, haven't moved or changed parties, you are still at risk of losing your vote.

If you need more information on where to go in your area to register or to check your current voter status, the Democratic Party has resources to help you get where you need to go. Don't stop there either. Double check your voter status in October or early November, just to make sure. Call your friends and relatives and urge them to do the same -- there's too much at stake in 2008 to let the Republicans steal your vote.

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