Commit to VOTE NO on Voter Restriction Amendment!

Commit to VOTE NO on Voter Restriction Amendment!

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      ISAIAH & Prophetic Voices

November 2012


We the people defeated voter restriction in Minnesota. It was wrong for our state, and wrong for our communities. We knew we had to fight to preserve inclusion – and we had faith we could defeat it.

Believe in a God of love and inclusion? Join people of faith working to ensure every vote counts in Minnesota.

The Minnesota Legislature has voted to place a question on the ballot that, if approved, could systematically exclude tens of thousands of eligible voters from exercising their rights at the polls simply because they lack a state-issued ID.

Help make sure every voice is heard in our democracy. Sign the petition and commit to Vote No on the voter restriction amendment.

The Photo ID Amendment creates barriers to voting, causing major changes in same-day registration and absentee voting, potentially excluding tens of thousands of eligible voters. It causes division, putting an unfair burden on many voters of color, voters with disabilities, seniors and those who lack access to transit or stable housing. And it wastes public resources, potentially costing an estimated $40 million dollars to implement.

Join ISAIAH Minnesota and people of faith across the state. Commit to VOTE NO on the voter restriction amendment.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 10,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Anne Niermann ALVIN, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      I believe that everyone should vote if it legal for them to vote. The republican party is attempting to block voting for anyone that is not voting Republican. That is just wrong

    • Morgana Rasch LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      What kind of country is this, if our democratic process is taken away?


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