- Samuel Adams, April 16, 1781
Our nation’s forefathers held the right to vote as one of the most sacred of charges that defines being an American citizen. And though it took over 100 years before every citizen enjoyed that right, the right to vote is our nation’s great equalizer in today’s society. Every citizen who attains majority–regardless of wealth, gender, race, ethnicity or religion–can choose who he or she wants to represent them in the halls of government.
Don't let this opportunity to be heard slip away! Today, do not forget to exercise your right to vote in the New York Republican Presidential Primary! No mater who you are supporting, get out to vote before the polls close at 9:00 PM.
If you don't know where your polling site is, go to http://nyc.pollsitelocator.com/search and enter your address.
And pass this post on to anyone you want to remind them to get out to vote!