As of 4th June 2012, there were 3.65 million unregistered voters -- and Selangor has the highest number of eligible voters who have not registered with the Election Commission (EC), with the figure reaching 600,000.
Shame on you, Selangor! And you consider yourself an urban state.
Are you amongst those eligible but as yet unregistered to vote? Do you know of someone who can but hasn't yet registered?
Seriously, it doesn't take herculean effort to get to the post office and register yourself. I know, because it only took me 10 minutes.
Don't let civil servants talk you out of registering. Or the politically apathetic. If you don't vote, you frankly don't matter to the powers that be.
If you don't vote because you're disappointed with your choices, disgusted by tactics like lying and spin, or merely turned off by the process, you've opted out of the marketplace.
The goal of political marketers isn't to get you to vote. Their goal is to get more votes than the other guy. So they obsess about pleasing those that vote. Everyone else is invisible.
Read the rest HERE because it really is a good piece.
And then go register now and get every unregistered voter you know to do the same, if we are to have a chance for change in the 13th General Election.
And when you're done with that, perhaps a month or two later, you should probably look up this website to check if you've been properly registered.