Citizen Requirements

Only citizens of the United States 18 and over have the right to vote. In the process of voting, a voter should not be harassed or intimidated while casting their private vote. No immigrant until declared a citizen may vote, no visiting foreign national may vote, no working visa person may vote and no green card holding immigrant may vote. Even...

Only citizens of the United States 18 and over have the right to vote. In the process of voting, a voter should not be harassed or intimidated while casting their private vote. No immigrant until declared a citizen may vote, no visiting foreign national may vote, no working visa person may vote and no green card holding immigrant may vote. Even resident citizens at the state level should be vetted and the states should establish clear residency requirements. A voter identification card addresses multiple security challenges in the voting process.

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Mar
03

Voter Assurance Podcast: Episode 009

In the latest exciting episode of the Voter Assurance Podcast, the conversation is once again hosted by Jan Peter and Jonathan. Special guest Les Spain joins them. Listen today for more information on technology, processes, oversight, transparency, and how they can improve trust in the voting process. Don't miss this great episode.
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Oct
15

Voter Safety Preserves Liberties

Our United States of America was founded with an amazingly original premise, that the power of government belonged to the citizens of the United States. This is documented in the US Constitution, as amended and includes the Bill of Rights.For the last 244 years these promises have been kept through numerous crisis, wars, including the civil war, an...
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Sep
01

Clean Voter Rolls and Voter ID

by Staff Writer The right to vote, and the exercise of that right, are fundamental, bedrock assurances of citizens in democracies and republics. Every constitution of every democracy or republic enshrines this right in unambiguous and direct language. The definition of an eligible voter has evolved over time, but always requires that a person be a ...
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