I was one of thousands of voters who were given a provisional ballot on Election day, even though I had my voter ID card and my Driver License in hand. I got to the polling location and they told me I was not on the list.
I was shocked. There I was, holding my registration card, issued only last year. They forced me to vote with a provisional ballot. My vote could be one of hundreds of thousands still waiting to be counted.
Apparently, records of my registration were somehow dropped from their system. Had I not kept my card, been persistent, and patient, my vote would never have been counted. Thanks to the work we are all doing together, the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office is feeling the heat. Through daily rallies, a 24/7 prayer vigil, thousands of petition signatures and continuous local and national media coverage (check out the latest Rachel Maddow episode dedicated to this issue!), we’re demanding their respect. But we won’t give them a break until they count every vote.
Will you join me TODAY at 4PM in front of the Maricopa County Recorders Office at time? 111 S. 3rd Ave. Phoenix AZ (3rd Ave and Jefferson St.)
Hundreds will join us to tell Maricopa County: We demand a fair election system!
Remember, this isn’t about who won the election. It’s about the right of each voter to a fair election. Let’s make sure this inexcusable mess never happens again.
Maricopa County Voter
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