3 TOP FORMER ELECTED OFFICIALS FROM MARYLAND, ILLINOIS AND OREGON URGE ATTORNEYS GENERAL, ELECTION OFFICIALS IN ALL 50 STATES TO PUBLICLY BAR “LOSE YOUR HOME, LOSE YOUR VOTE” ATTACK
Speaking Out From Across the Nation: Former Illinois Sen. Carol Moseley Braun, Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and Oregon Gov. Barbara Roberts Call For Action;
NoVoterLeftBehind.net Seeks Volunteers, Support to Keep GOP From Stealing the 2008 Election
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Oct 08, 2008
Three leading former elected officials from Maryland, Illinois and Oregon today called on every state attorney general and every state election head to come out publicly against any “lose your home, lose your vote” strategy that might be used to keep home foreclosure victims from exercising their right to vote. Organized by NoVoterLeftBehind.net (NVLB), the outreach effort is being undertaken by: Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, former lieutenant governor of the state of Maryland; Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun, former U.S. Senator from the state of Illinois and a 2004 presidential candidate; and Barbara Roberts, former governor of Oregon and also a onetime Oregon Secretary of State.
NoVoterLeftBehind.net (www.NoVoterLeftBehind.net) is monitoring voter registration and the actual vote on Election Day in 2008. The campaign will shine a public spotlight on every last irregularity. The NoVoterLeftBehind.net Web site shows interested Democrats how to donate to support the effort, where to learn more about how Republicans steal elections and also ways to volunteer before and on Election Day 2008.
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