NEWYORICANGIRL Launches Petition to Urge U.S. Congress to Grant Equal Voting Rights for American Citizens living in Puerto Rico…

25 Nov

As our great nation remains the world’s best example of a Democracy striving to offer equal rights and justice for all, the time has come for the U.S. Congress to uplift American citizens living on the island of Puerto Rico who are currently banned from voting for their own President of the United States.

Separate and apart from the issue of statehood for Puerto Rico, fair minded U.S. citizens agree that it is time to enfranchise all eligible voters who currently claim residency there. The time has come for President Obama and members of Congress to actively seek to reverse the current disenfranchisement of more than two million American voters. 

If you agree that all U.S. citizens living on the island of Puerto Rico should be granted full voting rights, please sign the petition below and contact NEWYORICANGIRL via this website for more information on how you can help to empower your fellow American citizens. God Bless the United States of America.

 

One Response to “NEWYORICANGIRL Launches Petition to Urge U.S. Congress to Grant Equal Voting Rights for American Citizens living in Puerto Rico…”

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