Voter Fraud isn’t the problem, Election Fraud is
The ability to vote is one of the most cherished of our Constitutional Rights. It is the right to vote that people have fought for, marched for, and even died for. It is the right to vote that allows citizens to determine, to some degree, their own future by electing officials who reflect their views and will speak for them in government.
After the 2000 Florida election debacle, Congress established a body called the Election Assistance Commission to improve voting and democracy in this country. The bi-partisan committee spent a year doing research to produce a draft report, but after submitting the draft in July 2006, committee members were barred from further participation.
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read more: If you have NO VOTE, you have NO CIVIL RIGHTS