Throughout my life, I’ve always spoken up for those who don’t have a voice. For children, families, and the elderly. For those struggling to get out of poverty, and those seeking a fresh start in a new country. For child care providers, and small business owners. For victims of natural disasters in my birthplace in the Dominican Republic.
If you ever have any questions about specific legislation, or want to share your perspective on a matter, please reach out to me. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on my cell at (401) 575-3641. I’m in this role to serve the needs of my community, so let me know how I can help!
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When you vote, you choose who speaks and advocates for you at every level of government. It’s been encouraging to see historic voter turnout, both in Rhode Island and nationwide. When more people vote, our elected officials better represent our needs.
Make sure you're ready to vote this year!
1. Register and update your voter information as soon as possible.
2. Make a plan for how you’ll vote! See below for info on the three ways you can vote this year.
Three safe and secure ways Rhode Islanders can vote this year:
Complete and return the form before the deadline. Plan ahead so your completed ballot arrives in time!
Go to the Secretary of State's website to Learn More about ways to vote.
This is a new voting option for Rhode Islanders.
In the 20 days leading up to Election Day, you can vote at your city or town hall during their regular business hours.
In-person on Election Day
Make sure to check your assigned polling location before Election Day since some locations have changed.
Look up your polling locations here.
Know your rights!
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