UPDATE: Fight Voter Suppression! Dispel Voting Myths!
Nationwide, a variety of false information is being peddled by those who, for whatever motivations, seek to suppress voters' rights across the United States of America.
Some of the myths being offered state a voter cannot vote if their home is in foreclosure, if the voter has outstanding parking tickets, any traffic violations, unpaid child support, unpaid utility bills and mortgage payments or non-payment of any other fines, all NOT true!
Civilrights.org, at its website, provides the correct information related to many of the falsehoods and myths being disseminated throughout the U.S. nationally, as well as myths specifically targeting the following seven states of:
Beware of misinformation! Find out the truth about voting myths, and then tell your family and friends.
To report a voting problem or general elections/voting questions, contact the Election Protection Coalition at 1-866-Our-Vote or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not from this state? Visit the Election Protection website to find out about voter laws in your state.
Click here to read, Voting Myths: What You Need to Know to Vote .
Take a few minutes to explore the rest of the site for helpful information pertaining to voting.
Also at NowPublic:
Siting an " .... unprecedented nationwide negative campaign that uses robocalls, direct mail, and other techniques to quietly poison voters' information with lies and fear tactics .... ", UnderTheRadar provides a map that highlights which states are effected and which types of negative campaigning are being used.