Romney Can Americans Especially Hispanic Americans Trust You?
Many African-Americans including Hazel whose VOICE is heard in this video realized that they had to actively respond to voter suppression efforts that occurred after President Obama won in 2008. Republican governors and legislatures around the country reacted to President Obama’s historic win by passing new voter ID laws to make it more difficult for the poor and minorities to vote.
Hazel is a grandmother who lives in NJ. She told me that she drives her car with friends or family that is available to SWING states to register voters. Since 2007 Hazel has uses her own money for travel expenses because she believed that getting the Black vote out in 2008 was very important. Today she believes that getting the Black voters registered and to the polls on November 6, 2012, is even more IMPORTANT than it was in 2008.
All Americans regardless of race, religion, color, creed, or sexual orientation should exercise their right to vote on November 6, 2012. If you are an eligible voter you can register online today.