Once upon a time in our history, good men shed their blood for the right to govern themselves. They died for freedom. They died for the right to cast their vote and make their voices heard.
We've all heard the excuses for not voting, and we’ve also heard those excuses rebutted time and again.
As Americans — as descendants of those who shed their blood for freedom — it is our great privilege and responsibility to vote. To fail to vote is to risk handing our freedom over to tyrants. To fail to vote is to risk leaving our children and grandchildren whispered fairytales of a land that was once free.
Below are resources we've gathered for you. We hope you can use them — to help yourself ... others ... and to preserve our future freedoms.
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