VOTER MARCH BACKGROUND & PLATFORM:
Voter March arose as a result of the egregious conduct and unfair results of Presidential election 2000 which has led to the emergence of a growing Pro-Democracy movement. New York City attorney Louis Posner founded Voter March on November 14, 2000. Voter March is a nation-wide organization for voter rights and electoral reform with 60 Chapters across the United States and a Chapter in the Netherlands for Americans abroad As an internet-based grass-roots group, we have national Voter eGroups and eGroups in all 50 states.
Our platform calls for a Voters' Bill of Rights for critically-needed reforms, including improved voter registration. We have organized major national demonstrations to protest the disenfranchisement of voters in Election 2000 and the highly partisan U.S. Supreme Court decision which selected the President. On January 20th, 2001, Voter March organized the Inaugural Voter March at Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. and on May 19th, 2001, we organized the Voter Rights March in Washington DC and San Francisco.