Democratic Women's Division "REGISTER EVERYBODY TODAY" WWII Voter Registration

Democratic Women's Division "REGISTER EVERYBODY TODAY" WWII Voter Registration

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WWII era document from 1942 - 1944 which outlines the importance of voter registration and absentee ballots in the upcoming wartime election! The header reads, "Only Voters Who REGISTER Can Vote" and continues with "Our Job... To Register EVERYBODY". It continues, "millions more will be away from home on election day and must know how to vote absentee." The final header says "Put Your Registration Committee to Work Today!". The paper was printed by the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. Document has damage above the Y in "everybody" and at the corners of the paper as seen in the photos.
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This is a World War II document printed sometime between 1942 - 1944 which outlines the importance of voter registration and absentee ballots in the upcoming wartime election! The header reads, "Only Voters Who REGISTER Can Vote" and continues with "Our Job... To Register EVERYBODY". The document explains that due to millions of citizens being moved away from their homes for the war effort, millions of people would need to re-register to be eligible to vote. It continues to explain that because "millions more will be away from home on election day and must know how to vote absentee". The final header says "Put Your Registration Committee to Work Today!". The paper was printed by the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. The document is green and shows signs of age and wear specifically above the Y in "everybody" and at the corners of the paper as you can see in the photos.

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