...and their votes were actually counted (what a concept, eh?) and fairly calculated, etc., John Kerry would almost surely be the next President of the United States. Check out this interesting web poll conducted by the Center for Third World Organizing, which trains organizers of color from all over the country. Which means that this vote is slightly skewed to the left but it's a historical fact that poor people, immigrants, people of color, incarcerated people, youth, etc. in this country have always voted more progressively than others.
Check it...and if you know folks who are denied the right to vote b/c they're not citizens, are youth, are in prison, blah blah but are still devastatingly affected by our country's policies on schools, prisons, the death penalty, immigration, welfare, etc. forward this to them so they can participate.
Peace in the East-
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Worldwide Web Ballot, Statistics as of October 28, 2004, 2:00pm
Poll Question: Presidential Choice
Under 18 years of age
Not US Citizen
Denied the right vote
A person who lives in another country
Poll Question: What do you think is the most important issue that the next U.S. President should address?
War on Iraq / U.S. Aggression 43%
Attack on Immigrants 19%
Health Care 6%
Repealing corporate tax cut 3%
Voting rights 1%
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