|Are You Registered To Vote? |
(ESTRA) --Why is your Vote so important? Because it is the primary way of
getting attention for issues you believe in. By missing this invaluable
opportunity, there will be may be no voice for those concerns. The issues
may be neglected and resources placed elsewhere. Notice how many needs of
the injured, sick, and disabled are underfunded or near the end of To-Do List
for many politicians. Will largest minority in the world be ignored?
Approximately 26 million votes are difficult to overlook. Is your vote
more valuable than money? Oh yes, it’s the driving force behind where
money goes. This is why your vote must be cast each year. Voters holding
politicians accountable matters. Vote those people out that have not
operated on your behalf, and see how it will change the political climate.
It gets their attention. All that is required is your vote in Local,
State, and Federal Elections. Challenge barriers recently put in place
hindering voting by district changes to benefits those who may have something
to loose. Yet, all their efforts are futile if you make the decision to
vote based on what is best for you and 99% of Americans.
For far too
long, needs of the Disabled, Poor, and Middle Class have been ignore, bowing to
the needs of the 1/10th
of 1 percent of our country, perspectively speaking. There was a
time when religious values kept morality and human decency at levels where a
conscious would hold individuals and companies in check. In my opinion
today this has moved to the all mighty dollar. Therefore, it’s time for every
U.S. Citizen to exercise their right to vote which determines where our money
goes. This is why polls and influence are sought from 99% of the
people. It would be nice if the effects of lobbyist are constrained by
respect, dignity, and being ones brother's or sister's keeper. Now, this
depends on staying alert of country leader’s actions and behaviors. By choosing
the direction of our country and helping them to say in office, or move
politicians out if hurting those most in need, such as the injured dealing with
ERISA, Poor and Ex-Middle Class needing jobs, homes, and food. Who in
American thought hunger would extend for so many people today? And,
Congress has the nerve to cut Food Stamps? Who are these people? And what
do they stand for?
people have the right to vote. A disability does not prevent doing your
duty as a citizen. Knowing what is important provides a vote for things
considered valuable. What does the law says about and how you can prepare
to vote in elections? http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Voting/Register.shtml
Your vote tells Local, State, & Federal Politicians your needs impacts
their election efforts. By bringing issues such as ERISA Reform, and
Group Disability Policies which should be treated the same as Individual
Policies by offering fairer treatment options and remedies. This makes a
difference in life quality for Disabled.
Disabled Voters struggle to cast votes as citizens. A participation which
is crucial in electing officials who have a vested interest in the same
concerns as those who face daily challenges caused by injury, sickness,
disease, poverty, or the injustices now confronting the ex-middle class.
Obstructions to voting booths, getting to the polls, and the ability to read
voting ballots have remedies for people requiring limited help. Many
states have made these adjustments for some or all of their polls. Check
locations adequacy for needs and if you need additional services, please let
them know. You matter and your vote is important. If unable to
remove barriers, how can you vote? Contact your local state voting agency and
share concerns. All citizens deserve respect, dignity, and the ability to cast
a vote. There is much discussion regarding whether people with disability
abilities can decide on what and whom to vote. In my opinion, if you know
a candidate chooses to cut benefits, eliminate programs developed for your use,
decrease services which improve quality of life, people should be able to cast
a vote to protect their interest. By providing mechanism for people to
be informed on the issues and politicians, along with access to vote, our
choices in governing will reflect more of our society as whole.
you being denied the right to vote? Contact the Department of Justice.
"Contact the Voting Section at Voting.Section@usdoj.gov for general
information concerning the Section's activities or to make a complaint
concerning a voting matter. You may also use this address to request Voting
Section records under the Freedom of Information Act. If you are making
such a request, the phrase "Records request" should appear in the
subject line. All mail to the Voting Section must have the full address listed
below: Chief, Voting Section, Civil Rights Division, Room 7254 – NWB,
Department of Justice, If you do not vote for direction of country, where
will it be in a single decade?
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