Protect the Vote Rally

Andrew Davey and Mike Randall have some excellent photos from Monday’s Protect the Vote Rally at the Old County Courthouse. I estimate 75 to 100 people in attendance along with more than a dozen media outlets and bloggers.

The message was simple and united.

We will not stand still in the face of voter intimidation.

We will fight for everyone’s right to vote.

We will continue to fight the hate.

We do these things not because they are the Democratic thing to do;

We do these things because they are the American thing to do.

The Democratic Party of Orange County

is the true party of inclusion.

Join us on November 7th


  4 comments for “Protect the Vote Rally

  1. Anonymous
    October 24, 2006 at 10:10 am

    “We will fight for everyone’s right to vote.” I assume when you say “everyone” you are probably talking about illegal immigrants, as well???

  2. Anonymous
    October 24, 2006 at 10:42 am

    I’ve never seen anyone on this blog, or in the Orange County Democratic community suggest that we want to get illegal immigrants to the polls.

    In fact, I think Chris Prevatt and Mike Lawson and have both written the opposite here.

    And while we are asking questions, might I ask the Tan supporters who Sergio Ramirez is? And why did the Nguyen campaign send this letter out on fake letterhead? And why was there mention of a non-existent machine that could help anti-immigrant groups deport people?

  3. Publius
    October 24, 2006 at 11:50 am

    And why did the Nguyen campaign purchase a list of registered Democrats with Spanish surnames who were born outside of the US from Political Data, Inc. of Burbank?
    Did they send other mailers to this same voter universe?
    And why was the letter written only in Spanish? Why did they not include the “original” English text on the reverse?

  4. Sergio Ramirez
    October 24, 2006 at 12:42 pm

    I’ve changed my mind. I think illegals should be able to vote…this would help Democrats, so it should be allowed. What ever it takes to win.

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