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Voting rights are still under attack ... a reminder repost

It’s hard to believe: voting rights are still under attack.In this past election, millions waited hours to vote and faced confusing voter ID laws that made it difficult to exercise their most… 232 more words

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Millennial's and the voting problem

The 2016 election needs to have the millennial vote. But the problem is that millennial’s has a distaste for politics in general. Many do not believe in the political system or the people in it. 565 more words

Vote Fraud Is The Statist's Tool For A "Permanent Democratic Majority"

There Is Growing Evidence Non-Citizens Are Voting. Why Isn’t The Government Doing Anything?

” Non-citizens are registering to vote and at best, it seems the federal government’s officials don’t care about this illegal activity.

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How Voter ID Laws Are A Set Back For Civil Rights [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]


Republicans believe voter ID laws prevent fraud while Democrats believe it’s a way to keep certain groups from being able to vote. Listen to the audio player to hear how it’s ultimately a setback for civil rights, and why Wisconsin is fighting to keep it in the latest  115 more words

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Why is racism so efficient?

In the past few years, between the high of Obama’s election and the terrible tragedy of Ferguson, Martin Trayvon, and proliferating Jim Crow-esque voter ID laws, race is back as an urgent issue in American society. 946 more words

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Supreme Court Allows Strict Voter ID Law To Stand In Wisconsin

In what some would view as a major shot in the arm for voter suppression, the U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to hear a major challenge to Wisconsin’s strict—some say discriminatory—voter ID laws, … 427 more words

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How Voter ID Laws Are A Set Back For Civil Rights [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

Republicans believe voter ID laws prevent fraud while Democrats believe it’s a way to keep certain groups from being able to vote. Listen to the audio player to hear how it’s ultimately a setback for civil rights, and why Wisconsin is fighting to keep it in the latest  111 more words

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