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Early voting for 2018 mid-term elections kicks into full swing

by | Oct 9, 2018

By Dave Andrusko

Over the past decade the percentage of voters who cast their ballots at a polling place on Election Day has declined steadily even as the number of states offering early voting, no-excuse absentee voting, and vote by mail has increased.

Today New Mexico joins eight other states which have already started early voting. Tomorrow three more states will join the parade with 23 more jumping in by November 1.

In other words for many voters, election “day” is any day now, and we simply can’t wait to make sure they know where the candidates stand on life. Millions and millions of people will vote before November 6, 2018.

So if you’re waiting to share where the candidates stand with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and all other social media, DON’T. The time to start is NOW. Pro-lifers need to educate themselves AND their friends about where the candidates stand on life issues NOW.

To find out how to cast a ballot early in your state, go to

Please use your social networks to share the invaluable resources here with your pro-life family, friends and colleagues. One side advantage is a reminder.

If you’ve ever voted before, your voter registration information is tied to your residential address. So if you’ve moved since the last election, you must update your registration records with your new address.

Whether you take advantage of early voting, or if you vote the traditional way on November 6th, life is on the line this election, and your vote is more important than ever.

Categories: Politics