[Michigan, August 2, 2022]:
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) urges all registered voters to vote this Tuesday, August 2, 2022, Michigan’s primary elections.
AHRC urges voters to vote smart, have a vision and make the right decision. Casting an informed vote helps better shape our future amidst immense challenges facing our communities and nation. The challenges/crises are mounting. These crises include public health, public safety, climate change, recession fears, and inflation. These crises are local, state and national. Local, state and federal elected officials are responsible for dealing with these crises, providing direction to all of us. Voters are choosing whom to put in the driver’s seat.
Elections present an opportunity for the voters to make their voices heard. Elections are not about faith, race or any other demographic quality. Honesty, integrity and qualifications should be benchmark. During elections, candidates walk the extra mile to connect with their constituents and provide pledges. What is important is holding them accountable and making sure that they deliver. Elections are an accountability tool. Don’t waste it.
Voting is not only a right. Voting is a civic duty.
Elections nowadays are very tight races with a sharply divided nation on a number of important issues. This is the time to rise to the occasion and vote for the right candidate on the basis of substance- policy, values and priorities.
Primary elections are critical. Too many voters underestimate their importance. These misconceptions make it possible that the wrong candidate will run in the general elections. The outcome of many races is determined by the primaries, where the turnout is typically low. In addition, the redistricting map has created huge confusion and a mix up among voters. Unfortunately, too many are still unaware of these changes. It’s not too late to find information.
AHRC urges all to vote. No excuses for not voting. It requires minimal effort. AHRC appeals to voters to vote and urge others to vote. Turnout is key.
Voting polls will open on Tuesday, August 2, 2002, at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.
“In a democracy, it is said that the most important position is that of voter,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC Executive Director. “Voters are the reason A or B has their position of power,” added Hamad. “Assess the candidates and choose smartly whether to keep them or fire them and get new people,” concluded Hamad.
Tuesday’s primaries: AHRC urges active participation, smart voting
AHRC “Spirit of Humanity” Awards & Dinner Gala, Friday, October 21, 2022
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) will be holding its annual “Spirit of Humanity” Awards & Dinner Gala on Friday, October 21, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. The gala will be held at Fairlane Banquet Hall located at 700 Town Center Drive across of the Fairlane Mall in Dearborn.
The early commitment will help AHRC better plan the Gala accordingly. For more information, donation or/and Gala’s sponsorship please contact email@example.com or call (313) 9143251 or via the AHRC website at (www.ahrcusa.org).
Donate to AHRC: These are challenging times. Despite all the myriad challenges, AHRC continues its diligent work helping members of our diverse communities at all levels. To donate, please visit: www.ahrcusa.org for safe & secured donation. Every donation counts. No amount is small.
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC) is dedicated to defending and protecting human rights as outlined in the U.S. Constitution and the United Nations 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The AHRC was formed to protect these rights and advocate for anyone whose rights are being violated or denied. To that end, the AHRC will build a tenacious, objective, and carefully guided advocacy program that will serve to defend individual human rights, whenever and wherever they are being infringed upon
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