Dear fellow tax hikers, recently we attended a fabulous event with State Representative candidate Micah Kamrass and many others to urge the passage of the Voters' Bill of Rights. It was a privilege to be in the same room with Alicia Reece and keynote speaker Reverend Al Sharpton. And you could have seen the tears in our eyes when Reverend Sharpton and Bishop Bobby Hilton honored convicted felon Melowese Richardson and the indicted Tracie Hunter.
Some say this was a clumsy move, but we believe it is appropriate to use a woman convicted of felony vote fraud to show that we need less oversight of our voting process.
Sadly, many Republicans and even some Democrats have condemned the decision to honor Melowese. But young Master Kamrass isn't one of them. Micah has refused to condemn Melowese or the decision to embrace her, and for that we are proud.
If you disagree with Reverend Sharpton, then you support voter suppression. We do not believe any of Melowese Richardson's votes should be suppressed.
We urge you to support this Voters' Bill of Rights Amendment so that Melowese and her friends can continue to vote as many times as they'd like. Micah Kamrass, and his friends Al Sharpton and Melowese Richardson, would approve.