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Good Election Day Morning All,

If you are one of the thousands who have early voted, the NAACP thanks you. If you have not yet voted, the NAACP reminds you to do so. If you are working today, your employer should give you extra time to cast your ballot during lunch ( average of two hours).If you do not know where you vote, call go online to your local Board of Elections and use the tabs.

If you have any problems at the polls, call the 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683), we have legal teams standing by to assist you Nationwide.

If you live in the great state of Ohio and you have issues, you can call the Ohio Conference NAACP Civic Engagement Coordinator @ 614-531-2700. Do not forget your identification or proof of residency, in case they ask…..if it looks strange to you, report it, if you see any voter intimidation, report it.

You have the right to vote, use it. Our Lives Matter – Our Votes Count. The Struggle Continues………..VOTE!

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