Do you think politicians should be FIRED for trying to make voting more difficult for minorities?

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Do you think politicians should be FIRED for trying to make voting more difficult for minorities?

Connie,

For far too long, politicians have implemented undemocratic and unfair voter suppression laws and policies to keep themselves in power.

We think this practice is unacceptable, and any elected official that suppresses voters should be FIRED.

Voter suppression will undoubtedly become a hot-button issue as the 2018 and 2020 elections grow closer in date, and we need to know where you stand:

Do you think politicians should be FIRED for trying to make voting more difficult for minorities?

YES → NO →

Unsure →Unsurprisingly, Republicans across the country are guilty of passing voter laws that specifically target minority communities.

Whether through gerrymandering (drawing congressional districts into bizarre shapes in order to dilute the votes of minority and low-income citizens) or by requiring strict and costly forms of personal ID to vote, Republicans are engaging in a cold, calculated voter suppression campaign.

And the worst part?

Every one of these politicians guilty of suppressing minority voters have walked away scot-free… and in many cases, secured their own political victory.

Do you think this is fair? Do you think these politicians should, at the very least, be FIRED for suppressing voters?

Let us know today by clicking the link below to take our poll:

http://go.turnoutpac.org/Voter-Suppression-Poll

Thanks for sharing your thoughts,

– The Progressive Turnout Project

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