Voting Rights

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The Supreme Court’s recent gerrymandering ruling makes it all the more important that we vote in huge numbers in the 2020 election. We need independent redistricting committees because gerrymandering unfairly benefits the party in power. One of the most important rights of American citizens is the right to have a say in who our leaders are and how our government works. Protecting voting rights for all citizens has been long and challenging. I will never stop fighting attempts to suppress our votes and will work for reform that creates accessible, open, and fair elections — a system that ensures that every eligible person can cast a vote and that every lawfully cast vote is counted.

I believe that automatic voter registration should happen at the age of 18 and that every voter should be represented. You can and should have a say in your government. The gerrymandering of districts has historically been used for voter suppression. I will fight for transparency in government, voting rights for all, the end of corruption in the election process, and re-evaluation of the Electoral College.

Gina Collias