Debra Winger, Arliss Howard Hold NY Vote Drive
Actress and anti-fracking activist Debra Winger and her husband Arliss Howard want second-homeowners to register to vote in upstate New York so they can influence local issues including potential gas drilling.
Winger and her husband hosted a voter registration drive Sunday afternoon at the Sullivan County barn of the late photographer, Eddie Adams.
Winger has a Manhattan apartment but also has lived in the Sullivan County town of Fremont for more than 20 years. She told the Times Herald-Record of Middletown (http://bit.ly/17a6jCa) that home is where the heart is, not necessarily where your primary residence is.
Under New York election law, voters can register at their second-home address or their primary one, but not both.
Winger has starred in such films as "Terms of Endearment" and "An Officer and a Gentleman."
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