Petition Closed

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Supporters

On May 22, 2012, the Michigan Legislature voted to approve Senate bills 751, 754 and 803, which all prevent certain groups of people from voting. With one of the most important elections coming up in November, every vote counts. The outcome of this election will determine if our nation progresses or regresses. It will determine the quality of education for your children, the federal services we receive, whether young people can afford to go to college, whether Social Security becomes privatized and the list goes on and on. We CANNOT let this happen. This measure targets minorities, young people and elderly. Sign this petition, reach out to your legislator and tell them NO to voter suppression. When one voice is silenced, we are ALL silenced! Please SHARE.

Letter to
Michigan Legislature
Michigan State House
Michigan State Senate
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Michigan Legislature.

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We don't want the Michigan Legislature to disenfranchise people who lack an ID.

On May 22, 2012, the Michigan Legislature voted to approve Senate bills 751, 754 and 803, which all prevent more than 622,000 people from voting. With one of the most important elections coming up in November, every vote counts. The outcome of this election will determine if our nation progresses or regresses. It will determine the quality of education for our children, much needed services we receive, whether young people can afford to go to college, whether Social Security becomes privatized and the list goes on and on. We CANNOT and WILL NOT let this happen. This measure targets minorities, young people and the elderly in an effort to ensure President Obama does not get re-elected as well as other leaders who are for the 99%. It is a huge disservice and a moral injustice to not just to the state of Michigan, but also our entire nation. I'm am signing this petition to tell the Michigan Legislature NO to voter suppression. When one voice is silenced, we are ALL silenced!

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Sincerely,