Ballot Access

The right to vote includes the right to vote for, and hear from, the candidate or issue of one's choice. Third party and independent candidates in many states have to overcome restrictive laws in order to get on the ballot. The exclusion of third party candidates from debates silences their ideas that differ from the dominant two parties and prevents Americans from hearing about the platforms of all the candidates on the ballot.

Voter Bill of Rights

September 26, 2009

From unreliable electronic voting machines and millions of uncounted ballots, to partisan election officials and 10-hour waits at the polls, it is clear that our electoral system is in dire need of an overhaul. To build a more just, secure, and robust democracy, please support the following 10-point Voter Bill of Rights:

1. Pass a Constitutional Amendment Confirming the Right to Vote

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