Sunday, February 14, 2016

Clinton Allies Form Group To Protect Latino, African-American Voting Rights

A new, $25 million organization called Every Citizen Counts (ECC) has been formed by several prominent Hillary Clinton allies to educate Latino and African-American voters about the choices they face in the 2016 election, impact of their vote and serve as an advocate against GOP policies in states across the nation that have sought to restrict voter registration and ballot access of minority voters. "We will engage at all levels: pushing for stronger legislation around early voting, same day registration and vote by mail, waging legal battles to roll back onerous laws and registering voters … [Read More...]

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Clinton Allies Form Group To Protect Latino, African-American Voting Rights

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