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Russia did not pass a voter ID law in the U.S., but the Republican Party did, disqualifying many voters.

Russia did not reduce our number of voting days before the 2016 presidential election, but the Republican Party did, affecting many workers ability to vote.

Russia did nothing to hinder black- and brown-skinned people from voting, but the Republican Party did, when removing many from the eligible voting rolls.

Russia did not gerrymander our voting districts, so to unfairly favor the Republican Party, but the Republican Party did, and this has been done in practically every state that has a Republican governor.

Russia did not create voting lines that reached several city blocks long on Election Day 2016, causing many voters to stand in line for 6-8 hours, but the Republican Party did. This happened in areas where Democrats out-voted the Republicans, big time.

Russia spent more than $1 million per day in an effort to interfere and affect the 2016 presidential election, but the Republican Party hasn’t spent one dollar to protect our 2018 election as of today.

In June 2012, President Obama and the Democratic Party introduced Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, by executive action, giving thousands of people who came to the country illegally as children two-year, renewable permits to live and work. But President Trump and the Republican Party wants to kill the executive action of DACA and deport the young people back to their old countries, leaving their parents to live in the U.S.

Vote Democrat, and help save our American democracy.

Charles R. Smith