Sign petition to stop forced mandate to vote-by-mail

Sep 4 2012 - 1:14pm


Just last year, Corinne city, Utah was mandated (forced) to vote by mail. The Corinne citizens came together to sign a petition to reverse this mandate and won! With the passing of HB172, all Utahns need to unite and fight back for each and every citizen's constitutional right to a secret ballot. Please come and help sign the petition during Peach Days located in Brigham City, Utah on September 6-8. The petition will be located in front of Permanent Solution on Forest Street. We have over 600 citizens who have come forth to sign the petition already and we need more to come and help fight for freedom. If you can't make it, please contact your county clerk, state representative and Governor Herbert and encourage them to uphold and protect every Utah citizen's constitutional right to a secret ballot. Repeal HB172!

Voting by mail is "not" a secret ballot because the ballot is being subjected to getting lost, misplaced, stolen or filled out by someone other than yourself, and that is just with the post office. The same can happen at your home. Also, you have the intimidation and coercion factor when the ballot is mailed to your home. You can have family members or others intimidate you to fill your ballot out the way that they want you to fill it out. We have citizens that are currently participating with VBM that have already experienced these problems.

Marxist Saul Alinsky, author of the book, "Rules for Radicals," endorses voting by mail because the government is then in complete control of the voting system, so can manipulate the count. George Soros, a secularist, billionaire, has a "Secretary of State Project," and he as been going around our country recruiting secretaries of states to change our voting process. George Soros, quoting the communist leader, Joseph Stalin, "The people who cast the vote decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything." We need to restore the voting process back to the people to watch over and to count the ballots. Voting machines are expensive, costly to repair and can be tampered with.

DeAnna Hardy

Brigham City

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