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Voting & Elections

Read the latest updates and learn more about why voting and elections are important and why it’s vital to exercise our right to vote through a Reform Jewish perspective.

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Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Voting Rights & Elections

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Voting Rights & Elections

Voting Matters, Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall
Posted on Thursday July 09, 2015

The first election that I can remember, I was four years old and I was accompanying my dad to go vote for our state representative and for our member of Congress. He brought me into the voting booth and I helped him pull down the levers as together we voted for who would represent our […]

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What if D.C. had Taxation with Representation?
Posted on Thursday July 02, 2015

This weekend, Americans across the country will celebrate Independence Day. We celebrate the day in 1776 when the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, declaring their freedom from Great Britain. One of the primary complaints of the American colonists was that they were subject to “taxation without representation;” the colonists had to pay taxes imposed […]

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A Rabbi’s Reflections from Roanoke
Posted on Monday June 29, 2015

On Thursday, June 25, I traveled to Roanoke, Virginia with Legislative Assistant Claire Shimberg and other voting rights advocates from the DC metropolitan area. There, we joined with hundreds of concerned Americans to mark the 2 year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Shelby County v. Holder, which gutted a key provision of the Voting […]

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Carrying On the Social Justice Torch for Voting Rights
Posted on Friday June 26, 2015

51 years ago, on June 21, 1964, civil rights workers James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael “Mickey” Schwerner were abducted in Neshoba County, Mississippi and murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan. Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner had been in Mississippi preparing and registering African Americans to vote as part of Freedom Summer. The […]

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