Junior State of America (JSA) is offering a special opportunity for students 18 and older this Friday at Homecoming.
At the Homecoming Football game Friday, students will be able to complete their voting registration in order to vote for their presidential candidate of choice. This opportunity is not only a good way to save time on getting their registration form filled out, but also brings publicity to the club.
“This event will get the community more involved in the 2012 election,” senior Austin Brinkley, President of JSA, said.
Election Day is November 6. For those eligible, hurry and get registered to vote this Friday at the JSA stand.
“Getting people, especially students, to vote helps our country grow as we get every possible opinion there is,” Brinkley said.
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