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Suppressed and Sabotaged

Sabotage is a deliberate action aimed at weakening a policy, effort, or organization through subversion, obstruction, disruption, or destruction.

We know the sabotage of voting rights - especially rights of African Americans, Latinos, poor and elderly whites - is rampant and is silently growing. Why? Because this demographic is also growing - and often leans to the left! That's enough to SCARE the right to death! I'm not knowledgeable enough to know which state is worse - Alabama or Georgia. The video at the bottom of the page is about Georgia. Next year, it could easily be Alabama. We must pay attention to what's going on in our state legislature. We also need a Democrat to run for Secretary of State.

In the aftermath of the 2020 election, former President Trump stoked concerns about voter fraud and many states reacted by imposing restrictions that have resulted in making voting more difficult, while also pulling back on voting policies implemented during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr. John Lewis was called the "conscience of the Congress."

He built a bridge that allowed us to walk confidently across - now it's our turn.

.... within one year, 19 states have passed at least 33 new laws that made voting more difficult

New and increasing restrictions run the gamut, with the Election Law Journal finding that "within one year, 19 states have passed at least 33 new laws that made voting more difficult through restrictions on same-day voter registration, requiring a full Social Security number and mandating additional documentation to register to vote beyond what’s federally required."

Please set aside the time to watch the video. We do not want Alabama to become a 'sequel' to what has happened in Georgia. That's a pretty scary thought. Then - consider leading a committee to sign up voters. It's never too soon!

Beverly Williams


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