The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) urges all registered voters to get out and vote on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Election Day is the DAY that all registered voters have the opportunity for their voices to be heard by electing candidates that reflect their views on important issues such as healthcare, education, economic, social issues and social justice.
AHRC-USA urges all registered voters to keep in mind each candidate’s position on the preservation of human rights and human dignity for all Americans, no matter if the candidate is at the local, state, or Federal level.
“It is imperative that every registered voter exercise their right to vote under our United States Constitution on Tuesday,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC-USA Executive Director. “This year, we are not only determining the direction of our own beloved nation; this year’s elections will also determine the direction of our diplomatic relationships, our foreign policy on pressing global issues, and our continued role in the global human rights movement,” continued Mr. Hamad.
For any assistance regarding the location of your polling post, please visit www.michigan.gov/vote. To report voting intimidation or any violation of your rights while voting or for more information on Voting Rights, please contact: The US Department of Justice -Voting Section at: 800-253-3931 or visit: www.usdoj.gov/crt/voting or call the Michigan Bureau of Elections at: 800-292-5973 or visit: www.michigan.gov/mdcr
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