Jul 28, 2015

MoveOn Petitions - En USA Mi Voto Cuenta

Dear [PRESIDENT/SENATOR/CONGRESSMEN(WOMEN)]: I am a resident of [CITY], [STATE], to where I moved from Puerto Rico. As such, I have become part of the large and ever growing number of Puerto Ricans relocating into your [HOUSE DISTRIC/STATE], with the right to vote in Congressional and Presidential elections inherent in our American citizenship. As you may know, many families move here from...

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