Panels from "When Treachery Wore a Green Shirt" in Sensation Comics #81 (September 1948), script by Joye Hummel, pencils and inks by Harry G. Peter
But it can happen here! Get out and vote! And if you're intimidated or stalked at the polling stations, or witness fraud, alert a poll worker, and call 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683). You can learn about voter intimidation and what to do when faced with it here. And you can find out what to do if you encounter armed intimidation here.
And remember: if you're in line to vote when the polls are scheduled to close, stay in line! "If you go to the polls when they are open, and you are a registered and qualified voter, then as long as you wait in line, you are entitled to cast your ballot even if the line is so long that you must wait until after the scheduled time for the polls to close."
Bookmark sites like these on your phone to have them ready and at hand!
Panels from "America's Wonder Women of Tomorrow!" in Wonder Woman #7 (Winter 1943), script by William Moulton Marston, pencils and inks by Harry G. Peter
Remember: you too can be a Wonder Woman or Man (or Bull!) just by exercising your right to vote!
Cover ofWonder Woman #7 (Winter 1943), pencils and inks by Harry G. Peter