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GBCA: This week - 6/26/18 - Maryland Primary Election Day!

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It’s Maryland Primary Election Day! Have you voted? The polls are open until 8:00 pm, so there is still time.

In the early years of this country there were 4 million people in the United States, of which only 120,000 could vote. The right to vote was hard won for women, African Americans, immigrants and others. In 1869, Congress passes the 15th Amendment to the Constitution. That amendment granted all men the right to vote regardless of race, color, or if they were formally slaves. It wasn’t until 1920 that women were given the right to vote and efforts were made to suppress the voting participation by people of color.

Campaigns to erode trust in the electoral process, gerrymandering, voter ID laws, and false claims of widespread fraud are being used to this day to disenfranchise voters, particularly women and people of color. It is essential that we keep fighting these tactics and work to ensure a fair and equitable voting system in this country. However the biggest threat to our democracy comes not from scare tactics or dangerous laws but from our own apathy. We must take participation in the electoral process seriously. Regardless of what you hear, your vote does matter. Speak up, demand to be heard, and honor those who sacrificed before you.

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