Romney and Ryan Now Official GOP Nominees

Delegates certify Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, bash Obama, during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

A storm didn't deter Republican National Convention delegates from showing up Tuesday to certify Mitt Romney as their presidential nominee and Paul Ryan as his running mate.

Various news outlets reported the nomination via Twitter and with breaking news alerts.

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Doug Strickland August 30, 2012 at 04:28 PM
Sonoma County Voter Registration Website: http://bit.ly/O6cgI0 The Sonoma Country Registrar of Voters is responsible for coordinating all polling and voter support activities. Public Services Include: >> Provide proof of registration upon request (for example, for travel or school residency verification) >> Provide procedural guides to candidates and campaigns >> Conduct office tours upon request by schools, civic groups and clubs interested in a "behind-the-scenes" view of elections >> Conduct training for individuals or groups organizing a voter registration drive >> Conduct training for poll workers and other Election Officials >> Provide speakers for functions by groups desiring information about voter registration, the elections process, and how to become a poll worker Business Hours for the Registrar of Voters Office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To Visit the Registrar Of Voters Office: 435 Fiscal Drive Santa Rosa, CA 95403 To Call the Registrar of Voters Office: General Information:(707) 565-6800 Toll Free:(800) 750-VOTE / (800) 750-8683 TDD for hearing impaired:(707) 565-6888
Doug Strickland August 30, 2012 at 04:29 PM
Election offices and Poll Workers Website: http://bit.ly/O6dnaG Being a poll worker is a great way to serve your community, take an active role in democracy, and become part of the dedicated team working to make the election process easy and accessible to everyone. Plus, its a fun way to learn about our history. Poll workers who work at a polling place are volunteers who are provided a stipend of $135 (for Inspectors) and $100 (for Clerks) for the day. Each polling place has a Precinct Board comprised of one Inspector and two to four Clerks. To Be a Poll Worker, you must meet the following criteria: >> Be a registered voter in Sonoma County (unless you are applying through the Student Poll Worker Program) >> Be able to follow written and verbal instruction >> Be available to serve Election Day from approximately 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. ("split shifts" may be arranged; contact the Registrar of Voters Office for details. >> Be able to complete the tasks as described in the Inspector or Clerk job duties
Doug Strickland August 30, 2012 at 04:30 PM
SSU Voter Outreach Program SSU Website: http://bit.ly/O6eIhQ California Secretary of State: http://1.usa.gov/PQj7IE When you start school - especially when it involves a relocation - you have a lot on your mind. Registering to vote may be low on your list, but remains an important way to stay involved and informed. I probably would not consider this a program as much as a link on the Registrar's page about national voter registration. Their site has a link to the California Secretary of State website where you can view instructions on how to check to see if you're registered, to change address, and register to vote. The County of Sonoma has a great tool that allows you to enter your address and find out what elected officials represent you in Sacramento and Washington, which districts you reside in, (including school district, fire protection, transit areas, etc.) Handy information. http://bit.ly/PQjcw4
Doug Strickland August 30, 2012 at 04:31 PM
Register to vote when 17 A few years back a bill was introduced to the California State Assembly titled AB 30 - The Health facilities: Security Plans Bill. Among its other provisions, this bill would have provided a way for 17 year olds to pre-register to vote. Oddly, this bill died in February 2012 due to a scheduling rule in the State Constitution. Interesting reading, but not much help for teens wanting to get involved. Instead, consider using a site like Email Future (http://bit.ly/O6hMKK). This site allows you to create an email that will be sent to you any time in the future. Super simple, enter a reminder to register, email it to yourself to be delivered a week after your 18th birthday, and forget about it.
pdf August 30, 2012 at 05:13 PM
Well said, Doug. And thank you for posting all the voter information. If one is a woman, a senior, or gay, then to vote Republican would be contradictory to who you are. Vote to keep Barack in the White House.


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