Advocacy Group Fights Voter Suppression

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

As election day nears there are almost always reports of voter suppression and intimidation. The tactics vary from election to election, making them difficult to predict or counteract. But that’s exactly what Eric Marshall, manager of legal mobilization for Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law works to do.


Eric Marshall

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Mythili Rao

Comments [4]

K from FL

"Why would that cause any legal voter to not go vote?"

No one has to explain institutional racism to a black man.

Oct. 23 2012 03:40 PM
CK from NY

Why is the statement "voter fraud is felony" so terrible? It's a true statement and freedom of speech. I assume it would all be fine if they also put them in country club neighborhoods. So the issue is: "we don't like where you directed your speech."

Why would that cause any legal voter to not go vote? If I'm not fraudulently voting, why do I care if you post that board? You're not talking to me. Find something serious to worry about here fellas.

Oct. 23 2012 03:25 PM
CK from NY

How about only those who pay taxes can vote?

Oct. 23 2012 03:19 PM
Mike from Oregon

Some months ago the CBS news website quoted a Tea Party leader saying that he wanted to return to Jeffersonian times when only land owners would be allowed to vote. Did I read that right(when I tried to return to that page the next day, it appeared to be gone)?

Oct. 23 2012 02:03 PM

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