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NAACP President On Safeguarding Your Vote

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NAACP President On Safeguarding Your Vote

Election 2008: Voting Groups

NAACP President On Safeguarding Your Vote

NAACP President On Safeguarding Your Vote

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Tomorrow marks the end of the longest presidential campaign to date.

Election 2008 could break all voter turnout records, and many civil and voting rights groups — including the NAACP — are working to make sure every vote is counted.

In September, Benjamin Jealous became the youngest man to lead the NAACP, the country's oldest and largest civil rights organization.

He explains to Farai Chideya how people can protect their vote.

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