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November 6

8 Reasons Why Nov. 6, 2012, Was The Most Significant Day In LGBT History Since Stonewall

Rob Watson | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Rob Watson

This was more than just a "great election for LGBT people." This was a game changer. The game changer. We will never return to the level of indignity that we suffered before, even as we roll with the momentum to resolve the still-existent inequities that plague our lives.

The Time Is Now to Change Election Day

Jacob Soboroff | Posted 01.02.2013 | Politics
Jacob Soboroff

The United States is the world's most famous democracy, yet we rank near the bottom of all nations in voter turnout. So why, when U.S. Census data says most Americans don't vote because it's inconvenient, do we vote on Tuesday smack in the middle of the week?

Share Your Thoughts: What Will Happen on Nov. 7th If Millions Were Denied Their Right to Vote on Nov. 6th?

Paul Abrams | Posted 06.14.2012 | Politics
Paul Abrams

As the new right-wing voter suppression laws now stand, 3-5 million people will be denied the right to vote on Nov. 6, 2012. That will include millions who have voted in elections for many years.