october 2012


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New Laws Could Disenfranchise 10 Million Latino Voters

The disenfranchisement of voters is a reoccurring theme in modern election history. A report from The Advancement Project warns that the outcome of the 2012 election may be altered significantly due to recent voter ID laws and their affect on the Latino vote.

Minorities, the elderly, income-challenged workers, and now students! Who’s going to be left to vote in this election? Learn how students are being disenfranchised by the new Voter ID laws.

Three Ways the GOP Has Disenfranchised Voters

This point about disenfranchisement isn’t about a few isolated incidents. It is a systematic problem. Read what Michelle Obama and others have to offer about how little it can take to tip election results.


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