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    1. Murf76
      Murf76
      thanks for the rep! :)
    2. Samson
      Samson
      Thanks for rep
    3. Xenophon
    4. Murf76
      Murf76
      Thanks for the rep, Thinman!
    5. frazzledgear
      frazzledgear
      Thank you Thinman
    6. Truthmatters
      Truthmatters
      Caging (voter suppression) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    7. Truthmatters
      Truthmatters
      1980s
      In 1981 and 1986 the Republican National Committee (RNC) sent out letters to predominately African-American neighborhoods. When tens of thousands of them were returned undeliverable, the party successfully challenged the voters and had them deleted from voting rolls. Due to the violation of the Voting Rights Act, the RNC was taken to court. Its officials entered a consent decree which prohibited the party from engaging in anti-fraud initiatives that targeted minorities or conducting mail campaigns to "compile voter challenge lists."

      2004 US Election
      BBC journalist Greg Palast obtained an RNC document entitled "State Implementation Template III.doc" that described Republican election operations for caging plans in numerous states. The paragraph in the document pertaining to caging was:


      In case you missed this on the thread.
    8. strollingbones
      strollingbones
      i only have one child....i couldnt imagine....i dont want to imagine
    9. California Girl
      California Girl
      Yep, I've noticed.... I suspect pretty much everyone (with a brain) has! LOL.
    10. California Girl
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