Visit Blog
Explore Tumblr blogs with no restrictions, modern design and the best experience.
#votersuppression
blackvotersmatterfund · 4 months ago
Text
#StandWithGA
It’s NOT voter fraud. It’s historic Black voter turnout. An increase in voting in the 2020 elections has resulted in an increase in voter suppression bills in multiple states. We showed up, showed out, and now they are trying to limit our access to the ballot in return.
Join the movement. Black Voters Matter is back on the ground for local elections and also fighting against harmful legislation.
Text "WeMatter" to 797979 to stay updated.
Donate: http://blackvotersmatterfund.org/donate
Volunteer: http://blackvotersmatterfund.org/volunteer
Visit our website to take action: https://blackvotersmatterfund.org/stand-with-georgia/
Tumblr media
19 notes · View notes
liberalsarecool · 11 months ago
Text
Tumblr media
#GOPCorruptionOverCountry #VoterSuppression
635 notes · View notes
liberalsarecool · 8 months ago
Text
Tumblr media
Conservative dog whistle. #VoterSuppression
492 notes · View notes
liberalsarecool · 4 months ago
Text
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Republicans can't win a fair election. They can't win with their words, their ideas and policies.
They MUST cheat. #VoterSuppression
377 notes · View notes
lovepaul7186 · 7 months ago
Link
Again with the poll watchers!  Do they think it will work this time? If they lose will the lawsuits start again? They can not ever win an election fairly can they.
4 notes · View notes
blackvotersmatterfund · 3 months ago
Text
Democracy is Good for Business
Tumblr media
LaTosha Brown and Cliff Albright, co-founders of Black Voters Matter, issued this statement in response to an open letter from hundreds of businesses, executives, and influencers opposing racist voter suppression legislation:
“We know all too well that the movement to fight voter suppression and expand voting rights is not limited to one state. If you’ve been watching us, you know that we’re working to help tackle this crisis of restrictive bills across our country. And the business community is listening.
“Today, hundreds of corporations and executives through a direct statement that ran in the New York Times made the righteous decision to stand up to racism, disenfranchisement, and voter suppression. This letter of solidarity from industry leaders like Amazon, Starbucks, Google, and General Motors and other companies against the spread of these Jim Crow-era policies in nearly all 50 states across the country is a clear show of force against legislators who continue to deny equal access to the ballot for all Americans.
“But there were notable omissions from the letter, including companies like AT&T, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, Walmart and others. Walmart, with some 300,000 Black employees, issued a statement in response to the letter, writing “we are not in the business of partisan politics,” yet they — and all of these other companies — continue to issue misleading statements that create a false equivalency between securing elections and attacking voting rights. These corporations are pandering to a big lie that is being used to justify voter suppression. That’s partisan.
“Election officials across this country — including Republican election officials — have attested that this past election was one of the most secure elections in our nation’s history. Security isn’t the issue. The issue is the aggressive, blatant, and racist campaign to restrict access to the ballot and marginalize the voices of Black voters.
“We are extremely disappointed in those companies’ refusal to join this cause for justice and equality. Their lack of action ignores their company messaging of diversity and inclusion. If you are not standing up for Black voters, you are choosing to stand for injustice and that is unacceptable.
“We’ve said it before and we will continue to say it: democracy is good for business. If corporations continue to back anti-democratic efforts, it will not be business as usual. Democracy is good for our economy. Voter suppression is not.”
4 notes · View notes
clarifythinking · a month ago
Photo
Tumblr media
No state should be able to tax any citizen they remove from the voter roles.
If they don’t believe that they are citizens of that state, then they have no right to take their money!
Voter Suppression Does Not Pay!
4 notes · View notes
gsosa4realty · 2 years ago
Video
#Repost @shaunking with @get_repost ・・・ The State of Georgia now admits it did not provide POWER CORDS for the voting machines at this location. People waiting for HOURS. This is voter suppression. PLEASE wait in line. We need you to wait if at all possible. — #GA #votersuppression #letswinanyway #vote #StaceyAbrams #resist https://www.instagram.com/p/Bp2T6hYg8HX/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=d7801zhqerkf
5 notes · View notes