ARPS: Voter Fraud Disenfranchises Black Americans. It’s Time To Put A Stop To It

In its Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” the Project 21 black leadership network offers recommendations to “remove barriers blocking African Americans from reaching their full potential and ensuring the American dream for all.” This includes protecting election integrity and the hard-fought right for blacks to vote for the candidates of their choice.

As a Project 21 member and president of the Americans for Citizen Voting (ACV), one in particular especially appeals to me. That is “Restoring the Right of Self-Determination of Black America”:

One of the key goals of the Civil Rights Movement was to ensure that every black citizen had a voice in selecting elected officials at the federal, state and local level. That was the intent of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Today, black citizens are still being thwarted in exercising their right to determine or decide the policies they will live by — only now it is being done through less direct, more subtle schemes to dilute their vote. When 5%, 10% or 15% of the vote in a community is made up of dead people, former residents or people ineligible to vote, blacks are disenfranchised. (RELATED: ADAMS: The Evidence Is Real — Dead People Are

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