Voter protection and assistance

I just ran across this YouTube video at Daily Kos:

A blogger at huffingtonpost, asussman0206, has a great idea….here is his/her post…

If you have time on Tuesday, don’t just hand out water and snacks.

Get in line with a sign offering your place to someone who physically can’t wait in line for eight hours. The elderly or physically incapable.

And once they’re near the front, get in line again at the back and do it again, and again, and again.

Even if it’s not your polling place, even if you’ve already voted, even if you’re from a different state. You never actually have to enter the polling place, but it’ll make all the difference.

I think this is a great idea and encourage everyone to put it into action. This will be especially needed in minority precincts in most states, which will somehow manage to have fewer voting machines than those in white/Republican-heavy precincts.

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One Response to Voter protection and assistance

  1. Noira says:

    You must be so proud, Isaac. I just heard both the speeches, the concession and the victory. I am glad that for one time in your life your ideals have come true. Best wishes.

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