Voter ID Laws Adversely Impacting Transgender Americans
March 14, 2012 by HRC staff
Post submitted by Dan Rafter, Former HRC Associate Director of Communications
The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) is working to address how voter identification laws that may be adversely impacting transgender people at the polls.
According to NCTE, nearly 20 states have passed restrictive measures that make it difficult for transgender people to meet identification requirements – essentially disenfranchising them.
NCTE is collecting stories to elevate this problem – share your story now.
Also, donate your Facebook status and send out a tweet to help spread the word:
Tweet: Restrictive #VoterID laws may impact #trans people. Submit your story of voter suppression or disenfranchisement. http://bit.ly/ywDgfS #lgbt #p2
Facebook status: Restrictive Voter ID laws may suppress trans voters, or disenfranchise them altogether. In order to address the problem, we need to hear from trans people who are having trouble voting. Please share your story here.
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