This four letter word, small in size, is the inalienable right to have your raised hand counted. That liberty is being comprised. We live in a time where that freedom is being suppressed, bullied and, unfortunately, neglected. Dialogue fosters change. It allows us to see the commonalities in each other and offers a platform to express ideas. With November right around the corner, awareness of the issues and the bylaws surrounding voter rights effect the outcome of Election Day 2012. Party affiliation aside, everyone has the right to vote. Your presence must be accounted for and the sound of your voice must be heard. The candidates have their platform, now we offer you yours.

Where can I vote? 
What should I bring to vote?
What if I’m out of state?
Who can I vote for?