Take an active role in the upcoming elections!

Utilize tools like the new AMA Voter Guide to assist you.

With the 2010 midterm election fast approaching, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has some great tools to help educate you on how your elected officials acted upon and voted on motorcycle-relevant issues.
Announcing the AMA 2010 Voter Guide, the first-ever national voter guide for the motorcycling community. It features a fuel-gauge rating for every federal and gubernatorial candidate of the major political parties who returned an AMA questionnaire. The rating shows how closely the candidates' answers correspond to the positions held by the AMA and spells out where candidates stand on motorcycling-related issues. The Voter Guide also features a scorecard for federal incumbents seeking re-election that demonstrates how closely their voting records match the positions held by the AMA.
The 2010 AMA Voter Guide is available to AMA members in the Members Area of the AMA website at http://home.ama-cycle.org/membersonly. Motorcyclists who wish to join the AMA and take advantage of this latest member benefit can do so at AmericanMotorcyclist.com/join.
In addition, the 2010 AMA Voter Guide includes candidate biographies, links to their campaign websites, photos of the candidates and other campaign information. There is also an easy way for voters to contact candidates by e-mail, either to ask a question or make a comment. To access election information and a list of candidates running for statewide or federal office, click here: http://amacycle.capwiz.com/election/home.
The best way to get involved and make a difference in the political process is to vote regularly. To protect the motorcycle lifestyle, we need informed voters like you to support the elected officials and candidates who pledge their support for motorcycling.
If you are not already registered to vote, please click here and follow the four simple steps to register today. Your vote does count and you do make a difference every time you vote!
For those who want to get involved, please utilize our tips and tools available on our website at AmericanMotorcyclist.com > Rights > Get Involved, or for direct access, click here. If you are on Facebook, become a fan of the AMA at Facebook.com/AmericanMotorcyclist.
Thank you for taking an active role to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of riding.