Voter registration drive at office campuses

VoteDeIndia has been conducting voter registration drives at MNC campuses in Bangalore, most recently at Cognizant and Sasken.

Voter registration for Bengaluru’s MNC employees is now as simple as a walk to their cafe!

VoteDeIndia has been conducting such drives at MNC campuses throughout Bangalore, most recently at Cognizant and Sasken. VoteDeIndia is volunteer, non-profit and non-partisian initiative run by a group Bangaloreans from the Infotech sector to increasing voter (electorate) turnout.

The drive, which started with on-campus registrations in September, has been helping non-registered voters to register, so that they become eligible to get a voter ID. So far, VoteDeIndia has been successful in getting around 1000 members to sign up.

VoteDeIndia helps individuals in:

(1) Accurate identification of constituency and ward (This info is needed to fill and file Form-6, the voter registration form)

(2) Online filling so that forms are unambiguously and clearly readable by government electoral reigstration offices.

(3) Citizens can file the signed Form-6 right at their employer’s cafe. VoteDeIndia will deliver the forms to appropriate electoral registration offices (ERO).

This registration drive will run long as the ERO offices continue to accept Form-6 (which could be until Feb 2009).

So MNC employees, among readers of Citizen Matters, can help themselves and help their co-employees by approaching VoteDeIndia to conduct such drives at their own campuses.

For more information, contact:
support@votedeindia.org
www.votedeindia.org

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