Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

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    This country has grown and evolved, its long past the time for equality on all social aspects. It’s time the lower class was just as equivalent as the upper class and wealth didn’t control the country. It’s time that we have representation equally uniting all races, genders, ages, and all other social differences instead of causing great divides.

    Darcie Allen

    President,
    Lexington, South carolina

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    Joe Walz

    U. S. Representative,
    Richmond, Texas

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    I will fight hard for civil rights, voting rights, and I will fight to allow college students and our Native American brothers and sisters the right to vote not only in North Dakota but the rest of America. I will fight for wages equality, the homeless, minority rights and children's right. I will fight for truth, justice and the constitutional protections we all have fought hard for and deserve

    Michael James Steele

    U.S. Senate,
    Fargo, North Dakota

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    Treat people equally under the law. This means all branches of the government, and government funded institutions should treat people equally regardless of their demographic category. I was the only Lt. Governor candidate to support this principal (MCRI) in the 2006 election cycle. Private individuals, and the organizations they form, have a natural right to freedom of association.

    Scotty Boman

    Board of Education Member,
    Detroit, Michigan

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    Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

    W. Howard Myers

    City Councilor,
    Petersburg, Virginia

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    Everyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristic has the same human rights, and must receive equal treatment under the law. Everyone also has the freedom to live their life as they see fit, as long as they don't hurt others, and has the right to voluntarily associate with whomever they want.

    Boris Joffe

    State Representative ,
    Seattle, Washington

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