WE NEVER TAKE FOR GRANTED OUR RIGHT TO VOTE– & I THANK EVERY SINGLE VETERAN & AND EVERY SINGLE PERSON SERVING OUR COUNTRY RIGHT NOW FOR OUR RIGHT TO VOTE!!!!!! THANK YOU VETERANS & ALL SERVING OUR COUNTRY & ALSO THANK YOU TO THEIR FAMILIES!!!!
If you suddenly were told that you could no longer vote (assuming you live in a country where you have this right) would you protest to get that Right back? I live around 44 miles from Seneca Falls NY where the 1848 Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention was held. It was many years of protests and marches and rallies before the ideas that were proclaimed at that convention became a reality for women. The 19th Amendment was finally ratified on August 18, 1920 giving women the right to vote. (Wikipedia).
A few years ago I showed up at my polling place. We still had the old voting booth where you pulled levers. I went to pull the lever to close the curtain but it stuck. Without asking for help — one of the polling monitors came over grabbed the lever and pushed it back to the start position. Pushing the lever…
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