Lipstick Letters

First things first.  Do NOT be a spectator in this election year.  If you have not registered to vote, do it.


Whether you are democratic, republican, independent or none of the above – you can use these links to help you register now.

Registration Deadline – registration deadlines are quickly approaching.  Some are as early at October 4th.  Register today.  Make a difference.

MCCAIN WebsiteREGISTER TO VOTE (do not need to be republican to register here)

Obama Website – Our team could not locate a section that would help you register to vote.  There are sections to volunteer, donate, create grassroots campaign but nothing on registering to vote.  If you know where this is, please email us at

Ron Paul Website – Register to Vote– scroll to the bottom of the page to get to image and click on it.

Rock The Vote Website – go directly to questionnaire

National Mail Voter Registration Form (English) – postcard mailer for all US Citizens – used to register to vote, to update your registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address or to register with a political party.

formulario nacional de inscripción de votantes (Spanish) – postcard mailer for all US Citizens



In response to several letters we received, Lipstick Piggy will attempt to answer the question, “What is the Job of the Vice-President of the United States of America?”

The Vice-President is the first person in the presidential line of succession should the President of the United States be unable to perform their elected duties due to death, resignation or removal from office.   She would serve out the balance of the President’s elected term. 

The Vice-President also serves at the President of the Senate.  The President of the Senate has no vote in the Senate unless there is a need to break a tie vote.    Since 1789, 244 tie-breaking votes have been cast.  Most recently, Richard Cheney with 8 votes, Albert Gore, Jr with 4 votes.

Who else is in the presidential line of succession?

Following the Vice-President in order are:

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives – Nancy Pelosi
  • President pro tempore of the Senate – Robert Byrd



Congressional provisions that allows Congress to circumvent the merit-based or competitive allocation process or otherwise curtails the ability of the Executive Branch (the President) to properly manage funds and maintain the approved budget.  This is done through appropriation and authoriation bills.


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  1. […] do we often choose to not cast it?  If you have not registered to vote, please do so today.   Click here to find a non-partisan list of places you can register to vote.  Some states stop allowing registration on October 4th.  Won’t you take 10 minutes today […]

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