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Restore the Voting Rights Act!: Sign The Petition

Posted by Admin On December - 1 - 2014
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act (which gives the Justice Department the authority to review and throw out discriminatory voting restrictions) was revoked recently in a Supreme Court ruling. This decision is a body blow to free and fair elections in America. Don’t allow this injustice to continue.
In North Carolina, for example, the local government was able to eliminate early voting and same day registration — preventing 300,000 citizens from voting through these methods. The margin of victory for the North Carolina Senate race was 48,000 votes — meaning that those discriminatory practices undeniably influenced the election.

Do you want representatives to be elected based on voter manipulation — or based on who best represents the honest selection of the people?

Thank you,
The Care2 Petitions Team Kelsey Dean
The Care2 Petitions Team

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