1. It is NOT true that students have to vote in their home states. You can vote where you go to school.
2. It is NOT true that your driver's license address has to match your current address. You just need a govt. ID with a photo and a signature. Not sure? Call the Supervisor of Election in your county and ask before heading to the polls to early vote.
3. It is NOT true that the police will harass you, check your vehicle registration, or ticket you, etc while you are standing in line to vote.
4. It is NOT true that voting will raise your taxes or the taxes of your parents.
5. It is NOT true that you can't vote Democrat if you registered Republican.
6. It is NOT true that you will not be allowed to vote if you lost your house through foreclosure
7. It is NOT true that Nov. 5th is voting day for Democrats. yes there are flyers out there that say this). Nov. 4th is the LAST day to vote.
8. It is NOT true that if you show up to vote and you have outstanding or unpaid parking tickets that the police will be laying in wait to arrest you.
9. It is not true that being a resident alien disqualifies you from voting. All citizens, naturalized or natural-born can vote.
10. It is NOT true that you have to fill out a provisional ballot during early voting. If your right to vote is challenged, ask them what you need to do to make it right, get the situation fixed and then return to the polls before the 4th. If things seem fishy, call 1-877-235-6226 to report it and get help.
11. It is not true that you need a special voting ID or your voter registration card to vote. Some states require a govt. I.D.
12. It is NOT true that you have to commit to residing in the state after graduation in order to vote in the state.
13. Voting "straight ticket" will prevent you from voting for your presidential candidate. Don't do it!
14. It is NOT true that students who live in dorms cannot vote.
15. It is NOT true that you can vote by phone!!!
Good News in my state:
People in Florida were already willing to stand in line for hours to early vote. As of today our (Republican!) governor, Charlie Christ has extended poll hours from 8 to 4 to 7 to 7. 12 hours a day! to accommodate the huge turnout.
Lets not let up, people!
Get out there and vote and after you vote encourage everyone else to vote.