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Noud and Noud 19h
"Settlement leads to more accessible voting options for college students" |
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iVote Jun 16
(THREAD) 2020 could see the largest voter turnout ever -- unless Republicans have their way. (1/5)
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Juan M. Hernandez 18h
Supreme Court Hands Democrats A Win On Racial Gerrymandering In Virginia.
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The Crisis Magazine 18h
Mississippi is home to the highest percentage of African Americans of any state in the country. And yet, Mississippi hasn’t elected an African American candidate to statewide office since 1890. That’s 129 years. via
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Red2Blue Political 6h
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Fuse Washington 17h
Good news! The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Virginia Republicans' efforts to protect racially gerrymandered districts.
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PA Poor People's Campaign 13h
Rev. Dr. Nancy Petty&Trish Brown:Racialized tactics are being used to keep poor people & people of color out of elections to allow candidates to win that pass policies that hurt those same communities - how would you work to expand ?
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Dr. Wendell Craig 11h
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John Curach 16h
Replying to @ksorbs @YouTube
It appears that no longer are the majority of voters intellectually adult
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🌹Aerin Cruz🌹 17h
The 2020 census citizenship question fight, explained - Vox
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Created in the Chaos Jun 13
If you are able, please please PLEASE register to vote & use your voice for the people who aren’t able. Do it for the new generations, the POC & women who fought so hard, for first generation Americans & immigrants who worked to build a life here. Its so important.
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Brexit Brits Abroad 18h
Politicians discussing of evoke a demos that includes people in armed forces & pensioners, but not younger people, communicating an implicit focus on the relationship between national pride, British identity & the right to vote
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AphraBehnSalad 19h
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Institute for Policy Studies 13h
. advocates for a universal right to vote—not just including those who have served time, but for those in prison.
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Jen 🇺🇸patriotic progressive🇺🇸 21h
Woohoo, this is great news in the short run! But it’s a procedural result, not decided on the merits of the issues. Notably, the Chief is in the minority ... and Thomas and Gorsuch in the majority. Hmmm ...
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Cynthia Jones Jun 14
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Tyler Hayes 20h
A win is a win, no matter how small.
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sweetphee 17h
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Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE Jun 16
“The minute it becomes about me or a single election, we missed the point. This is about whether voters’ voices can be heard; it’s about whether citizens are allowed to be voters,” Read more at :
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WickedGood 10h
Voters with disabilities who vote in person freq find elec officials & pollworkers unprepared. SOS does little to address ongoing issue. Local voter waited 40 mins to use visually impaired assistance in Nov as officials scrambled to get it working.
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H. Drew Galloway 16h
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