Democracy: Voting in Alabama

While story, writing, and language learning, as well as continuing education, all connect vitally to our democracy, voting is the most visible. Voting in this upcoming midterm is especially crucial. Click to learn more about how to help the voting process in AL, and then,

This letter may also be useful once adapted,

“The Honorable Your Rep
YourState House of Representatives
Address of State House
Tel: num

your name
city, state zip
your phone

Dear LawmakerTitle Name,

I would like to request a bill which would benefit state residents. The state of x could help more voters exercise their right to vote, starting by offering two days of Sunday voting.

sig “



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3 thoughts on “Democracy: Voting in Alabama

  1. I don’t understand why voting isn’t more than one day. If they did it over a week, it would give people a lot of time to get there even with work and school obligations. Of course, there would always be those who wait until the last minute, but it would really help ease lines and encourage more voting.

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