Critical 2010 Election: Don’t Forget to Vote by Absentee Ballot

voting before SEMA Show
The 2010 SEMA Show opens on November 2, the same day as key state, local and federal elections. Don't forget to vote before leaving for the Show.

This year’s mid-term elections are the most anticipated in recent memory. The current volatile political landscape holds an uncertain future for members of both parties. On November 2, 2010, voters will head to the polls to elect thousands of state and local leaders, including 435 members of Congress, 22 U.S. Senators and 28 governors.

As the balance of power in Washington remains uncertain, the decisions made on Election Day will impact our communities and our industry. Given that most of the specialty-equipment industry will be in Las Vegas attending the SEMA Show, individuals are encouraged to vote prior to leaving for the Show.

SEMA has compiled a complete list of voter registration/absentee ballot forms for all 50 states. Follow this link to find your state and vote early.

SEMA would also like to encourage member companies to post the following helpful link on their websites, directing consumers and industry insiders to absentee voting information:

With so much at stake this year, the SEMA Political Action Committee (PAC) encourages you to exercise your civic duty and vote. For more information, contact PAC Administrator Dan Sadowski at or 202/783-6007 x19