From Dr. Michael Owens <[email protected]>
Subject History of Voting in America
Date November 19, 2021 10:25 PM
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In America, we’ve had a long history of restrictive voting rights. From voting rights reserved for white male landowners to modern-day voter suppression, the journey to the ballot box has been difficult.

For over 100 years, suffragettes fought for women’s right to vote, while Black and brown women were left out of early women’s suffrage. After the emancipation of enslaved peoples in 1863, Black people were barred from voting until the Voting Rights Act of 1965 passed. To this day, barriers to voting are still imposed on minority populations.

It’s time to end our long history of restrictive voting rights in favor of a truly representative democracy. As Georgia’s next Secretary of State, I’ll fight to make our elections fair, free, and readily accessible to every eligible voter. Join me in the fight for the heart of our democracy by donating $25 or $50 today.

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It’s time to live up to our name as the land of the free. It starts here in Georgia, ground zero for voter suppression.

Let’s do this,


As a veteran, cybersecurity expert, and proven leader, Dr. Michael Owens has spent his life fighting for our freedom, solving global cybersecurity issues, and advocating for the voices of the people. Now, he’s building a grassroots movement to transform the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.

As Georgia’s next Secretary of State, Michael will use his skills and expertise to restore faith in Georgia’s elections and ensure everyone can easily access their right to vote. Will you stand with him?

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