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Vote "NO" on Constitutional Amendment Restricting Voting
Minnesota has traditionally had the nation's best voting system, and the highest voter turn-out.
Unfortunately, this constitutional amendment would destroy that system, making it especially difficult
for many seniors, students, and military personnel to vote.
If the authors of the amendment have their way, frail and elderly people in assisted living facilities
and nursing homes who no longer have their drivers license would need someone to drive them to the
drivers license bureau to get a photo ID, just so they can vote.
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Vote “NO” on Anti-Marriage Amendment
Minnesota families are made up of hard-working people who go to work daily; people who are good
neighbors. Many are parents, and they are active in their children’s Little League and the PTA.
But some of these families—those headed by two men or two women—do not have equal rights under
our current laws. They deserve the right to visit each other in the hospital, the right to inherit each
other’s property, and hundreds of other rights that most families take for granted.