Millions of Americans citizens denied the vote?
More American citizens live on the island of Puerto Rico than in 21 of the states of the United States of America, yet they are denied the right to vote for president because of where they live. If a Puerto Rican moves to any state, he immediately is eligible to vote for president; if a citizen of any state moves to Puerto Rico, he immediately loses the right to vote for president. The reason for this oversight and downright injustice is that Puerto Rico is not included in the Electoral College. With a much smaller population Washington DC, which is not a state, was given a seat at the table, and now has delegates included in the Electoral College; that is called a precedent. Fairness and justice dictate that if fewer than 700,000 citizens are given the right to vote, it is imperative that 3,400,000 also be included. Sign up and pass it on!
Unfortunately, many of our fellow American citizens cannot respond to this right now, because many on the the island of Puerto Rico are still incommunicado. We must continue to try to reach them for support, but in the meantime, we who can must respond and give life to the movement.
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