Alabama: Do not block Black votes!

Alabama just announced it would close 31 DMV offices throughout the state due to budget cuts. That leaves 29 counties in the state without a single DMV location -- and that's a huge problem for the mostly Black, mostly poor voters who live there.

Alabama's 2011 voter ID law blocks voters from the polls if they can't present a photo ID. Most folks use a driver's license -- but without an easily accessible DMV location, many citizens won't be able to get any of the identification they need to exercise their right to vote.

We shouldn't stand for this latest attack on the right to vote. Contact the governor of Alabama now and tell him to fix this injustice.


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