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Get ready for your local and state primary election

In many states/areas, it’s the primary where the real battle happens. In red states, a Republican always wins the general election, so the real fight is in the primary. The same goes for blue states and Democrats. Primaries are really important, so… are you ready? Below, is a list of things to make sure you know and do before your primary election is held. We’ve tried to provide links where we can to help you get this done.

When is the date of your primary election?

When does early voting start and end in your state? Do you know what to bring?

  • Early voting by state
  • Write the dates on your calendar, put it in your phone, etc.
  • IMPORTANT: It is really, really important to go vote early, on the first day, if possible. When you vote early, you remove the possibility that your vote could be stolen. It’s known as, “Claim your name, claim your vote.” Please try to vote as early as you can!

What are the absentee/mail ballot deadlines and procedures in your state?

Other important information you should research/know:

Call, text, and/or email everyone you know who is likeminded to make sure they know these important dates, and help them make a plan to vote!

Ask people you trust, or look at truly conservative group recommendations for who to vote for in the primary, if you aren’t sure. There is definitely still a battle raging between “establishment” candidates and conservative candidates, so do your research and take your list with you when you vote!

Last, but not least – Sign up to work as a poll worker! Many of the irregularities in 2020 occurred because we didn’t have enough patriots working as poll workers. It is VITAL that we have as many patriots as possible in these positions to ensure there is transparency, honesty, and fair results. However, you can’t just wait to sign up in October. In many places, you need to get signed up now. Use this website to help you figure out who to contact and what your state’s requirements are to become a poll worker. Note that in some states they’re called election workers, or officers of election, etc.

In many states/areas, it’s the primary where the real battle happens. In red states, a Republican always wins the general election, so the real fight is in the primary. The same goes for blue states and Democrats. Primaries are really important, so… are you ready? Below, is a list of things to make sure you know and do before your primary election is held. We’ve tried to provide links where we can to help you get this done.

When is the date of your primary election?

When does early voting start and end in your state? Do you know what to bring?

  • Early voting by state
  • Write the dates on your calendar, put it in your phone, etc.
  • IMPORTANT: It is really, really important to go vote early, on the first day, if possible. When you vote early, you remove the possibility that your vote could be stolen. It’s known as, “Claim your name, claim your vote.” Please try to vote as early as you can!

What are the absentee/mail ballot deadlines and procedures in your state?

Other important information you should research/know:

Call, text, and/or email everyone you know who is likeminded to make sure they know these important dates, and help them make a plan to vote!

Ask people you trust, or look at truly conservative group recommendations for who to vote for in the primary, if you aren’t sure. There is definitely still a battle raging between “establishment” candidates and conservative candidates, so do your research and take your list with you when you vote!

Last, but not least – Sign up to work as a poll worker! Many of the irregularities in 2020 occurred because we didn’t have enough patriots working as poll workers. It is VITAL that we have as many patriots as possible in these positions to ensure there is transparency, honesty, and fair results. However, you can’t just wait to sign up in October. In many places, you need to get signed up now. Use this website to help you figure out who to contact and what your state’s requirements are to become a poll worker. Note that in some states they’re called election workers, or officers of election, etc.

Use our latest AlignAct campaign to quickly and easily contact five Democrat Senators who have publicly opposed Biden’s plan to end Title 42. Title 42 isn’t enough to secure our border, but without it, illegal crossings will more than double to an estimated 18,000 per day! These Democrats have publicly opposed ending this policy, but when given the chance to vote to keep it, they voted the wrong way. We are tired of their empty words. They must act now and stop trying to trick voters, while at the same time appeasing their radical, left-wing party base.