Peak & Prairie

Rocky Mountain Chapter's
Online Newsletter
April / May 1998



To Vote for the Environment You have to Register To Vote!
by Brian Mohr, SW Office

Voting is part of living in a democratic society. Voting is one way to express your opinion about the environmental issues that you are concerned about. Whether you are supporting a candidate who supports greater environmental protection, or a ballot measure that would help to preserve open space, your vote counts!! The Sierra Club is urging all of our members to register to vote if you aren't already. If you're not sure, then find out. Registering to vote is as easy and important as tying your shoelaces. Make sure to do it now, and get it out of the way. Once you register to vote, you stay registered forever, unless you move or neglect to vote on a regular basis.

To Register You Must:
aredball.gif (515 bytes) Be a U.S. citizen
aredball.gif (515 bytes) Be 18 years of age by the date of the general, primary or other election in which you want to vote
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Where to Register:
aredball.gif (515 bytes) City or County Clerks Office
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Call the Sierra Club SW Regional Office at (303) 449-5595 and we'll send a voter registration card out to you. Questions? Not sure about your registration status? Call your county clerk and recorder - look in the front pages of your phone book. Hearing impaired people call The State TDD No. 1(303) 894-2389.

The environment needs your vote!!!

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