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Monday, November 03, 2008

Report Voting Problems: Who You Gonna Call?


Twitter Vote Report

How to Participate:
By Twitter: Post a tweet that includes the hashtag #votereport. More tags.

By Text Message: Send a text message starting with #votereport to 66937 (MOZES).

By Phone: Call the automated hotline at 567-258-VOTE (8683) or 208-272-9024 with any touch-tone phone.

By iPhone/Android Phone: Download the iPhone App or find the "votereport" app in the Android marketplace.
Oprah Opts For Early-Voting, Has Voting Booth Meltdown (VIDEO):
"When I voted yesterday electronically, the first vote that you vote for on the ballot is the presidential candidate. It was my first time doing electronic, so I didn't mark the X strong enough, or I held down too long. Because then when I went back to check it, it had not recorded my presidential vote," she said.

Barack Obama - Voter Information Center:
Report a Problem with Voting
Did you experience or see a problem with voting in your neighborhood? Stand up and speak up ... tell us your experience.

Please call our voter protection hotline at 1-877-US-4-OBAMA (1-877-874-6226) or fill out the form below for help.
YouTube - Video Your Vote

Polling Place Problems:
Videos documenting problems at polling places, including: Long lines, broken or faulty machines, administrative problems like too few ballots and unnecessary use of provisional ballots.
Baratunde - announcing the launch of the voter suppression wiki - learn, report, act.

Join the Voter Suppression Wiki!
Voter Suppression Wiki


CNN Voter Hotline::
CNN will be tracking voter problems through Election Day. If you have a problem or see a problem, or want to tell CNN about your voting experience, call the CNN Voter Hotline at 877-462-6608.

Massachusetts:

Secretary of the Commonwealth
Citizen Information Service
One Ashburton Place, Room 1611
Boston, MA 02108-1512

Tel: (617) 727-7030
Toll Free: 1-800-392-6090
TTY: (617) 878-3889
Fax: (617) 742-4528
E-mail: cis [AT] sec.state.ma.us

Boston Election Department

Poll hours
The polls are open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. If you have any questions, please call the Boston Election Department at 617-635-3767 and we will gladly assist you.

1 City Hall Sq # 1241
Boston, MA 02201
(617) 635-4635

Baratunde: 90 second video: prepare for election day. protect your rights.

This info is surprisingly hard to find.

Please add more information in the comments.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for all this info, Steve. I'm going to forward this post to a ton of friends.

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