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    23 Sep 2015

    With just under a million Latino U.S. citizens turning 18 each year, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is projecting that by 2016, 16.7 million Latinos will be registered to vote. On National Voter Registration Day, NCLR issued a call to eligible Latinos in the U.S. to “Defeat bigotry on the campaign trail—register and vote!”

    The Latino advocacy group says it will be launching a full voter registration effort later this fall.

    “Our voices are critical, particularly as we see the presidential campaign season unfold, with some candidates intent on demonizing the Latino community and awakening a virulent nativist streak in our society. The best way to defend our community from bigotry, and to be true to our nation’s motto, E Pluribus Unum, is to register and vote,” Clarissa Martínez-De-Castro, NCLR’s deputy vice president, said in a statement.

    According to NCLR the number of Latinos registered to vote is on the rise. In 2008, the group said 11.6 million were registered, in 2012 there were 13.7 million, by next year — an election year — the number of Latinos registered to vote will reach 16.7 million.

    To be sure, the number of registered voters has historically been lower than the number of Latinos eligible to vote.

    Indeed, according to projections, 28.5 million Latinos are expected to be eligible to vote by next year and make up 13 percent of all eligible voters. NCLR notes that not only is the growth in registration due to Latino U.S. citizens turning 18 but also voter registration efforts on the part of organizations like it.

    “Bringing even more eligible Latinos onto the voter rolls and into the voting booth will strengthen the message that our community needs to be engaged meaningfully by candidates, and that candidates need to provide solutions rather than incite hatred if they want to win elections,” Martínez-De-Castro added.

    Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has come under fire for his positions on Mexicans and illegal immigration. Other Republicans in the field have been attacked for their immigration stances as well. Advocates have called on Latinos to show their anger at Republican immigration rhetoric at the polls.
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    I hope Republicans don't do another Mitt Romney 2008 stunt on themselves. Think of all the agony we would have been spared.
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    What is happening right in front of us is our electoral process is being turned into a Banana Republic’s sham democracy. In cities like Chicago there has been massive vote fraud since forever. Many states have same day registration and voting, an obvious effort to assure maximum vote fraud. Now there is no requirement for a voter to produce identification and prove he is a legal voter, another effort to maximize vote fraud. Whole counties have recorded votes cast in numbers larger than the number of registered voters. Whole counties have had zero votes for a Republican (not one person in the enter county—nothing suspicious there). Votes of active duty military personnel have been thrown out because of a post office stamp date error. Large numbers of voter ballots were never sent to active duty military personnel, or in direct violation of the law, were sent late. No actins were taken to punish the responsible parties or to assure it will not happen again. Of course the majority of military personnel vote Republican. In the middle of the last election Mitt Romney's headquarters computers "mysteriously" crashed crippling their vote drive activities.

    Billionaire financed Marxist candidates carpet bomb the airwaves with negative ads, on average outspending patriots by 20, or more, to one, thus virtually silencing a conservative challenger, who does not have enough money to purchase equal air time,

    Voting in this country now is so corrupt that honest citizens are being shoved out of the electoral process. Every stolen vote has disenfranchised a legal voter. If a Democrat/Marxist wins the next election you can be certain that it will be because of an election so corrupt that we have ceased to be a genuine democracy.

    The question before patriots now is what we will do if the presidential election is stolen from us? Certainly the corrupt government and courts will do nothing about it. Will we simply bow down and allow it to stand as if it were a valid expression of the peoples will?

    Remember in the Ukraine an illegitimate government was thrown out by mass civil protests.

    Well, what will WE do?
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