On November 6th, 2012, Minnesotans will vote on whether to amend the Minnesota state constitution to require a mandatory government-issued photographic identification with a current address in order to vote. We need to VOTE NO.
As progressives, it takes guts to believe that we can win. For months we’ve been saying that together, we can defeat the Voter Restriction Amendment. We’ve been daring ourselves to believe.
New polling now shows that we have a clear path to victory – if we can talk to enough voters between now and Election Day. Whether you live in Minneapolis or Moorhead, we've got a way for you to take action.
Head to bit.ly/DefeatVoterRestriction to get started today.
Minnesota has one of the cleanest and best elections systems in the country. The Voter Restriction amendment is an unfunded mandate that would create a permanent barrier to voting in our state constitution.
The amendment would stop students, people with housing instability, communities of color, people with disabilities, rural Minnesotans, older Minnesotans, active-duty service members, and veterans from having a voice in our democracy - and would eliminate absentee voting and same-day registration as we know it.
Join us to to make sure we defeat the Voter Restriction Amendment and make Minnesota a state where everyone's voice counts.