Talk about a revolutionary way to overcome Kris Kobach’s voter ID and voter suppression laws! Evotee is the answer to help overcome suppression in a secure and reliable way! Technology overcomes the mundane “paper” way of registering voter and Evotee has some answers in light of our ‘silicon valley’ Information Age era. *Speaking of Kris Kobach — Latinos will never forget how Mitt Romney received Kobach’s endorsement and political advise during his 2012 GOP primary campaign.
Huffington Post sheds light with regard to the iPad revolutionary way to Rock the Latino Vote. The Tequila Party has been using the paper method as well as the Rock the Vote method, but here is another way to register eligible Latino voters in a secure manner.
We cannot wait for Evotee to enter key swing Presidential states. The ground is fertile in high Hispanic populated states, and our organizers are ready to execute the iPad app in these states.
From the HuffPo:
This month, Libersky and his app will team up with the Tequila Party, an organization founded by Latinas concerned about the tenor and content of the nation’s immigration debate.
Since 2008 — a year in which then-candidate Barack Obama’s campaign organization registered and mobilized millions of new voters — nearly 30 states have enacted laws restricting the activities of groups and individuals that work to put voters on the rolls, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
In 2011 alone, legislators in 34 states considered so-called voter ID laws. Voter ID policies require voters to present specific types of identification in order to cast a ballot. To date, 10 states have put voter ID laws in place. New Mexico does not have a voter ID law but has restricted the activities of groups that have worked to register voters for most of the last six years.