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Senior Citizen Voter Bill of Rights

Voting is a cherished and precious right for all Americans — the American Constitutional Rights Union has been fighting for free and fair elections for decades. Now, we must turn our efforts to protect and preserve the right to secure voting for our senior citizens.

For a variety of reasons, senior citizens may face voting challenges. Transportation hurdles, technology advances, mobility issues, and other aging-related factors can make it difficult for seniors to vote in person or via absentee ballots. Often, due to living arrangements in assisted care facilities, seniors must trust and rely on others for voting assistance. Sadly, these conditions make fraud more likely.

We must do everything in our power to make sure the votes of our senior citizens are protected and counted fairly. This Senior Citizen Voter Bill of Rights outlines what our senior citizens can and should expect from our election systems — an environment respecting the voting choices of our citizens while making it easy to vote and hard to cheat.

Senior Citizen Voter Bill of Rights

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We Must Protect the Voting Rights of Our Elderly

It is most often the poor and the elderly who lose their votes to the ballot harvesters.

Washington Times, March 31, 2020

“There wasn’t a signature. There was just an ‘X’. She was either coerced or someone else put an x for her name.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 3, 2017

Florida law has failed to keep up with the growing popularity of mail-in voting, leaving candidates and campaigns free to manipulate voters — even to the point of helping them fill out their ballots, a Palm Beach Post investigation found.

Palm Beach Post, March 11, 2017

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You can help ensure free and fair elections for the vulnerable voting communities among us. Become an advocate for the vulnerable in your community. Sign up here so we can provide you with information about how you can make a difference.

REPORT SUSPICIOUS VOTING ACTIVITY

Have you had trouble voting or making sure your vote is counted? Do you know anyone who has? Let us know your experiences so we can take action.

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SIGN THE ELDERLY VOTING RIGHTS PETITION

The American Constitutional Rights Union and the American people deeply honor and appreciate our nation’s seniors for the positive influence and tremendous sacrifices they have made to ensure the safety and security of our nation at home and abroad.

By signing the Protect Elderly Votes Petition, I join with ACRU to repay that debt, at least in part, by enhancing the security of senior votes.

I pledge to use the resources of the Protect Elderly Votes project and the Senior Citizens Voter Bill of Rights to assist and educate our elderly relatives, neighbors and friends about registering to vote if they are in a new area of residence, and protecting them from any individual or institutional vote fraud or ballot manipulation.

I pledge to protect their intent when they are registering to vote as well as defending the integrity of their private ballot.







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VOTING RIGHTS ISSUES IN THE NEWS

Former Virginia election official indicted on corruption charges

A former Virginia public official who once headed an election office was indicted this week on corruption charges, authorities said. The office of state Attorney General Jason Miyares said a grand jury indicted former Prince William County General Registrar Michele White on two felonies and one misdemeanor charge.

BLM Memphis Founder Sentenced to 6 Years For Illegally Voting As a Felon

A Black Lives Matter leader in Tennessee was just sentenced to six years in prison for illegally registering to vote as a felon. According to the New York Post, Pamela Moses, the 44-year-old activist who founded the Memphis chapter of BLM, had pled guilty back in 2015 to guilty to felony charges of tampering with evidence and forgery, along with misdemeanor charges of perjury, stalking, theft under $500, and escape. She was then placed on probation for seven years.

Faulty Voter Rolls Poison Election Integrity, But Here’s An Antidote

For millions of Americans, the conduction of the 2020 general election continues to raise more questions than provide answers — and rightly so. In unprecedented fashion, outside actors such as Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg attempted to exert influence on the electoral process by pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into left-wing nonprofits to infiltrate government elections offices and fund Democrat get-out-the-vote operations in key battleground states across the country.

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Arizona Supreme Court Election Integrity Wins over Soros Ballot Measure

Supporters for election integrity scored a major victory Friday when the Arizona Supreme Court held that Proposition 210 — a ballot initiative to undo Arizona’s new election integrity law, financed with George Soros’s money — cannot be on the November ballot due to a lack of valid signatures.

Election Integrity Experts Hopeful about the 2022 Midterms

A common refrain in politics has always been, “If you don’t like how the country is being run, make your voice heard in the next election” (or some variation thereof). But after serious voting irregularities surfaced during the 2020 presidential election, causing widespread concern over the validity of the results, many Americans are approaching the 2022 midterm elections with a nagging pit in their stomachs: What if mine and the voices of millions of my fellow citizens are rendered silent by voter fraud?

Moore v. Harper and Marc Elias’s Curious Idea of ‘Democracy’

Marc Elias, the leading Democratic election lawyer, complains that “a dangerous theory will have its day in court” this fall. That’s rich—he was instrumental in bringing it there by litigating the case that raises it. But his dire warnings have attracted plenty of support. The headline of a Washington Post op-ed by a trio of legal scholars blares the threat of a “body blow to our democracy.”

WHY WE CARE

American Constitutional Rights Union deeply honors and appreciates America’s seniors for the positive influence and tremendous sacrifices they have made to ensure the safety and security of our nation at home and abroad. With our Protect Elderly Votes project, we hope to repay that debt, at least in part, by enhancing the security of senior votes.

We celebrate our patriotic seniors and the invaluable contributions they have made to the financial strength and fundamental freedoms we enjoy as Americans. In turn, we must take every action to ensure the integrity and intent of our seniors’ political choices at a time when they are at risk to be targets of vote fraud. Americans under 65 must demonstrate their gratitude for the continued guidance of our treasured seniors by protecting their votes.
The Hon. J. Kenneth Blackwell, Former Secretary of State for Ohio, ACRU Action Board of Directors