Election season is in full swing and the Nov. 6 vote is right around the corner. That means it's also time for the timely letters to the editor - let your voice be heard!
Southington Patch is committed to providing a voice for those who want to share their support for their favorite candidate or party, and submitting an elections letter is easy, free and instantaneously uploaded to the website the same day you submit it.
Editor's Note: All submissions are reviewed to assure there is no libel or inappropriate language. Political letters must also be signed using your first and last name - no aliases or false submissions will be accepted.
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Wondering how to get started? Just follow the following steps:
1. If you are not already a registered Patch user, you will need to sign up for an account. Don't worry, it's fast, free and as easy as 1-2-3. All you need is a vaild email address. To sign up, click the "Join" button at the top right of the page or use the link provided.
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2. Once you have an account and are signed in, simply click on the link provided to start writing your new blog post. You can also enter the blog system using the "Want to Blog on Patch" link underneath the Local Voices section on the homepage.
3. Type your article into the "New Blog" submission and press the "Save and Preview" button. Don't forget to include a title, write your letter in the body box and include a one sentence description. You will also need a "short bio" - this can be simply your first and last name.
4. Review your post. If you need to make changes, you may click "Edit Post." If you are satisfied with your letter, then simply click the big "Submit" button.
It's that easy! So get started today!
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