LWV Forum Replay available
NEW ULM — On Nov. 30, the League of Women Voters, New Ulm and the New Ulm Human Rights Commission hosted a Public Forum, “Election Integrity: Process & Policy, “ the forum was recorded by NUCAT and is available on you tube https://youtu.be/bkWXYwcSZQk
Speakers include Minnesota’s Secretary of State, Steve Simon, Brown County Auditor/Treasurer Jean Prochniak and Kathy Tomsich, Voter Service Co-Chair for League of Women Voters Minnesota.
The League of Women Voters grew out of 80 years of protest over women not being allowed to vote and the League of Women Voters continues to believe that voting is a fundamental citizen right that must be guaranteed. Since 1919, LWV Minnesota has been advocating for voting rights for all citizens.
Secretary of State Steve Simon as well as the other forum speakers said the President’s Advisory Committee on Election Integrity’s claim that three to five million people voted illegally last November, is without any foundation or basis.Kathy Tomsich said, “I think voter rights are under attack right now, There are legislative bills that have not ever passed, but keep coming up over and over again like a measure that would allow private voter information to become public.”
To find the forum on you tube search City of New Ulm, November 30, 2017 Voting Integrity Forum (https://youtu.be/bkWXYwcSZQk)
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