Are you registered to vote?

If you're wondering how to register and vote in the 2008 elections, AAI has the answers you need.

For those of you living abroad, or if you know someone living overseas, there is a great website to help you get registered and ready to vote: VoteFromAbroad.org. Vote from Abroad is a non-partisan website that will help you get out the vote when you're away from home. The site's easy, step-by-step interface will walk you through every requirement to register as an overseas voter, and request an absentee ballot form. See our full Yalla Vote article, "More information on how to vote while overseas" at http://www.yallavote.org/2008/09/more-information-on-how-to-vote-while-overseas/

If you live here in the U.S., registering to vote is as easy as a click: go here (https://ssl.capwiz.com/arab/e4/nvra/?action=form&state= ) Time is running out to participate in this year's elections, so don't delay.

If you don't know where to vote on November 4th, Google can help: http://maps.google.com/vote

Have you signed the National Declaration? Make your voice heard; stand up for the issues you care about: http://www.aaiusa.org/page/s/YallaVote2008Pet

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About Christina Zola

Christina is currently Director of Communications at the Arab American institute. She posts for b5 media and spearheads the Yalla Vote initiative. Christina has extensive background in communications, journalism, and Marketing.

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