The family that votes together, stays together. And this past election day, Bossy and her family took this notion to the extreme: storming the polls in a pack and squeezing sometimes three and four people into one voting booth (even if most were under 18, and the rest were Japanese citizens.)
It’s 12:17 P.M. Thursday The 23rd—Do You Know Where Your Presidential Vote Is?
The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) is a nonpartisan organization who recently teamed with state election officials to create a website dedicated to helping voters be more prepared for potential voting day theft issues. This year it’s more critical than ever to become aware of