Voting Rights Amendment Kit
TABLE OF CONTENTS
• 13 Point Action Plan
• House Joint Resolution 28
• Voting Rights Amendment Petition
• Basic Fact Sheet
• Question & Answer Sheet
• Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.'s, U.S. House floor speech with
regard to the objection of certifying the Ohio Electors (1.6.2005)
• Op-Ed Pieces written by Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.
• Dear Colleague Letters
• Model Letter you can send to U.S. House and U.S. Senate members
• Model Resolution for Governmental and Secular Organizations to
• Model Resolution for Religious Organizations to pass
Voting Rights Amendment Action Plan
Call your U.S. Representative and urge them to support House Joint
Resolution 28 (H.J. Res. 28), the Voting Rights Amendment.
Call your two U.S. Senators and urge them to support a similar Voting
Rights Amendment in the Senate.
Send a letter to your U.S. Representative and two U.S. Senators
urging them to support a Voting Rights Amendment (see draft of a
model letter to House and Senate members).
Sign and return the Voting Rights Amendment Petition.
Copy the Voting Rights Amendment Petition and get as many others
to sign and return it as you can.
Get your state legislature, county commission, city council and/or
various secular or religious organizations to pass a resolution in
support of H. J. Res. 28 (see model governmental or secular and
religious resolutions above).
Write opinion pieces for your local newspapers and organizational
Go on or call local or national radio talk shows to talk about the need
for a Voting Rights Amendment.
Be a guest on television shows - commercial, cable or public access -
to talk about the need for a Voting Rights Amendment.
10. Meet with the editorial boards of your local newspapers to ask them to
give editorial support for H.J. Res. 28, the Voting Rights Amendment.
11. Meet with radio and TV writers of editorials and/or public service