President Trump's sham election Commission is not interested in facts, but rather, false accusations in order to implement dangerous election policy. The agenda of this Commission is part of a wider effort to suppress the vote, keep certain politicians in power and undermine our elections by spreading falsehoods about our election system.
Politicians should not be putting up additional barriers that prevent people from voting. And taxpayer money should not fund a Commission determined to take away our right to free, fair, and accessible elections.
We should be addressing polling place closures, cuts to early voting and onerous voter ID laws. Elected officials should not openly scheme to illegally purge registered voters or collect personal voter information.
The freedom to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy. We should not be using federal funds to support thinly veiled attempts to suppress minority voters and our most vulnerable populations.
Add your name to send a message to Congress: Support the Anti-Voter Suppression Act, S. 1547 and H.R. 3214, and defund the sham 'Election Integrity' Commission!
Voting brings Americans together. It is the one time when we are all equal. As a member of the President's 'Election Integrity' Commission. We need to instill trust and confidence in our elections - not to frighten voters into removing themselves from the rolls or illegally collecting their personal information.
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As an American who values privacy, security, and the integrity of our elections, it alarms me that the actions of the 'Election Integrity' Commission have not upheld the ideals of a free and fair election system.
Our democracy must work for all so we can have thriving communities, a just economy, and a healthy planet. We need to give local election officials the tools they need to ensure our elections are secure, modern, and accessible for all Americans.
I urge you to defund this sham committee and instead focus on upholding the integrity of our elections by making sure every eligible voter can vote and have their vote counted. Modernizing our elections to advance automatic voter registration, Election Day registration, and early voting are important steps toward building trust and confidence in our democratic process for all Americans. Protecting, not suppressing, the votes of Americans should be your priority.