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New Display at Dewey

Election season is in full swing. Want to learn more about voting and HAVA, the Help America Vote Act? Then make sure to check out the brand new display at the Dewey Library in front of the circulation desk.

The Help America Vote Act is a Federal Law to enable electronic voting machines and enact voting standards for each election. There are a few controversies surrounding HAVA, so make sure to take a look at the news headlines and images in the display case. Want to learn more? Pick up the HAVA resource guide at the display.

Also, you will discover many resources for you to take advantage of, including voter registration forms (in both English and Spanish), and a bibliography of important sources for HAVA information. Be sure you’re registered for this upcoming historical presidential election!

Finally, you will definitely want to take part in Dewey Library’s Unofficial Presidential Election. Cast your vote at the ballot box and vote for who you want to be President! We will reveal the results here at the Dewey Blog when the election is over. (Unlike the real election you do not have to be a citizen to participate!)

Tell us, what do you think of our display? Leave a comment on this blog or stop by the Reference Desk!

Blog post created by Jill Parsons