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Voter Protection Is Not Optional

As many of you know, we have been looking into complaints of voter intimidation in Palo Pinto County. That experience has revealed a need across The 134 for a voter protection role for the PAC. There are numerous documented incidents of voter suppression or intimidation in rural Texas that no one is responding to. This is not a partisan issue. It is a civil rights issue for all citizens. We do not care how people vote. But everyone has a right to vote without being harassed or intimidated. Voting should not have to be an unpleasant experience.

In the coming weeks, we will be putting our heads together in coming days to explore ways to help local people and organizations protect the right to vote free of harassment, fear and intimidation. Stay tuned for more developments on this important issue for all rural Texans.

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The last couple of elections, I've wondered if I should be watching at the polls, but seemed to remember that I needed training....I haven't checked yet. Maybe your information will provide the spark.

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