Write a letter to your state’s Board of Elections. Make sure you date it and sign it – by hand. In the letter clearly and simply state your wish that they remove your name from the voting rolls; that you would like to cancel your voter registration. Keep it short and sweet. You might make a brief statement explaining your reasons, but be polite and avoid inflammatory rhetoric. After some time, if you don’t hear back from them, make inquiries and try to ensure that your voter registration has in fact been cancelled. If you stop receiving political mailings, sample ballots and voter guides and such, then you’ve probably been removed from their list of registered voters. Taking this sort of action makes a powerful statement and also helps to ensure (or minimize) the chance of fraudulent votes being cast in your name. Do it today!