If you live in Alaska, today is the last day on which you can register to vote in the national election, 8 November. Deadlines in the rest of the country (and for Americans overseas) come over the next few days, varying state-to-state. Putting it simply, if you don't register now, you won't be allowed to vote later.
- If you're unsure of what your local deadline is, you can consult this list from the U.S. Vote Foundation.
- Also, for key information in your state about registering to vote, where to vote, what's on the ballot, etc., you can consult this online interactive map from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
Only a few benighted jurisdictions will allow you to register on the day that you actually vote. So, register today. Then, on 8 November, vote like you give a shit. Because, in America, you can.
- The Uncle-Sam-with-beer graphic was uploaded from a post on American IPA at the blog, The Year In Beer. For a history of IPA, please refer to the scholarship of beer historian Martyn Cornell, such as here. For the development of American IPA: possibly this from beer blogger/author Mark Dredge.
- For more from YFGF: