A Voteless People is a Hopeless People
"A Voteless People is a Hopeless People" (aka VPHP) was initiated as a National Program of Alpha during the 1930's when many African-Americans had the right to vote but were prevented from voting because of poll taxes, threats of reprisal, and lack of education about the voting process. Voter education and registration have remained a dominant focus of this outreach activity for over 65 years. In the 1990's, the focus has shifted to include political awareness and empowerment, delivered most frequently through town meetings and candidate forums.
[Verify with your secretary of state, county recorder or parish office your voting registration status and/or questions.]
Check with your loved ones see if they have registered.
Your wife or (voting age) child might have moved with you. What about your co-workers? Church members? Chapter brothers? Are they registered to vote?
Take a second to ask them. If not, let them use your computer (and printer). Together go to nationalvoterregistrationday.org. Encourage them to share what they learned and help others by forward the link so they can pass it on!