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Dear neighbor, 

One week to go! This is the most important week in the campaign. If we can turn out the vote, we can win! But to do this, we will need some help. Here are three things you can do:
  1. Vote!! Return your ballot today. 
  2. Remind your friends, family, and neighbors to vote.
  3. Help us make phone calls to neighbors who have not voted yet. Sign up HERE (details below)
We would love your help in making phone calls to our neighbors who still haven't voted. Dates and times below 👇

In this newsletter, I also wanted to include resources and information for the upcoming election. If you haven't voted yet...what are you waiting for!?😃 You have four ways to vote—check it out below! I have also included a link to a voter information guide that discusses the 7 Constitutional Amendments on our ballot this year.

As always, please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. You can email me at suz@votesuz.com or call me at 801-999-8047.

Sincerely,
Suzanne
801-999-8047
I voted no on increasing taxes on food and gas.  I collected signatures to put the issue on the ballot.  Finally, I voted to repeal this tax increase.

Disappointed to see more dishonest mailers and texts sent about me. Let's cut through the lies. Together, we beat the power brokers to stop the food and gas tax increases.

Here's my pledge: I will continue listening to you and working for your interests--not special interests.



You Have FOUR Ways to Vote!

Track Your Ballot! 
 
Once you have submitted your ballot via mail or drop box, you can track your ballot to make sure it has been received and counted by your clerk. You can literally check to make sure your vote counts! If you track your ballot before election day, will hopefully see it has been "Delivered to the County Clerk." This does not mean your vote has been counted yet.

To check if your vote was counted, you will have to track your ballot on Election Day. You will be able to see if it was "Counted" or if it was rejected. A ballot may be rejected for not matching your signature that is on file with the County Clerk (There have already been 2000 signature mismatches this year). If your ballot is rejected, you will have the opportunity to fix it by verifying your identity with the clerk by calling 385-GOT-VOTE.

 
Help us Call our Neighbors! 

On Saturday, October 31 and Monday, November 2, we need your help calling our supporters who haven't voted yet! If you can help us, sign-up HERE

We will send you an email with a script, instructions, and a list of people to call--you can do this at your convenience! 
 
Voter Registration and Provisional Ballots
 

If you or a family member missed the deadline to register to vote, you can register in-person at a polling place on Election Day or during early voting and cast a provisional ballot. You will need two forms of ID that prove your identity and your current address. That could be a Utah driver license, U.S. passport, Utah or U.S.-issued ID card, Utah concealed carry permit, or Tribal ID card AND a current utility bill or vehicle registration. If you don’t have one of the forms of identification listed above, you can bring two forms of identification from the state-approved list.

Voters who choose to register on Election Day or during early voting will cast what’s called a “provisional ballot.” County elections workers will verify the registration information, and if it’s correct, then your ballot will be counted. You will need to show approved ID and proof of residence. If you do not bring the correct form of ID on Election Day or during early voting you can still vote, but you need to bring your ID to the County Clerk’s office no later than the Monday after the election for it to be counted.

Know Your Voting Rights! 
 
As we enter this final week of this election, it is more important than ever that you know your rights!

You have the right... 
  • To receive in-person assistance at the polls from the person of your choice if you have a disability or have difficulty reading or writing English.
  • To an accessible polling place and an accessible voting machine. All polling places for federal elections must be fully accessible to older adults and voters with disabilities.
  • To be free from voter intimidation or harassment!
If you experience harassment at the polls or run into any issues while trying to vote, you can call the Nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)
Check it out!           

I Voted!
Facebook Frame


Add a temporary frame to your Facebook profile picture! Since many of us aren't getting "I Voted" stickers this year, we still wanted to celebrate! 

Try it out!  
What's on the Ballot? 
 
This year, there are 7 statewide ballot questions! To view the supporting and opposing arguments for each question, please click here to the Voter Information Pamphlet. This document is designed to help all Utahns participate in one of our most fundamental duties as Americans. 
Other ways to help! 
 
I’m working hard for you in the Utah Legislature with a track record of effective leadership and responsiveness.  I would be honored to continue to be your voice.  

Donate HERE 👇

Have a question or comment for me? You can reach me at
votesuzanneharrison@gmail.com or 801.999.8047

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