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0821, 07 Mar 21

DPI Candidates Want Election Clerks in Schools

Is this really the role of government schools?

The candidates also said they would work to make sure students with disabilities are informed about their voting rights in the future.


The two said ensuring students with disabilities know their voting rights, including the right to request accommodations, is critical.


Underly said it is also important to make sure election clerks are able to visit schools with students with disabilities so they can register because some of those students are of voting age.


Kerr stressed the importance, adding: “We want everyone to be civically engaged, and that is critical to our overall success as a community and society.”

Of course people of age should know about their right to vote and exercise their franchise. But given what we have seen in our government schools, this is rife for abuse. You have government-funded teachers and care givers who are in a position of power over the disabled folks. Is it too hard to imagine a teacher saying, “you really need to vote for X because Y would cut funding to support you;” or “oh, you didn’t mean to vote for Y, did you? Let me just help you with that…”

People need to be free to vote outside of interference and oversight from government employees wo have a vested interest in the outcome.


0821, 07 March 2021


  1. Mar

    If someone wanted really wanted to commit voter fraud, putting election officials to work with developmentally disabled would be an easy way to do it.
    Normally, when a cognitively disabled student turns 18, the family needs to go to court to declare them incompetent, no matter how low functioning they are. Even if they have an IQ of 10 or lower.
    However, this is time consuming, complicated and expensive and many families do not do this.
    So an election official can waddle in and register those who do not have legal guardians and register them to vote, even if they don’t speak or write and chances they will not be caught.
    Oh, this cannot happen, you say. Well, I have seen it done in the past, so it is possible.

  2. MjM

    Like mar sez, the intent is nothing more than to harvest ballots from mentally disabled barely-adults.

    But this is just another unscrupulous way through the front door. Democraps have been pushing for access to harvest ballots from high-screwlers for years. Younger ones. A treasure chest of indoctrinated twisted-arm votes.

    Locally, New Mexico, Hawaii, San Francisco, Washington DC, to name a few, have introduced legislation/ordinances to lower the voting age to 16. Three years ago, almost to the day, the US house rejected such an amendment, introduced by Rep Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) and championed by none other than former senator and mox praesidens Camela Harris. 125 of 233 Dem reps voted in favor (two voted present and three did not vote).

    Rust never sleeps. Democraps are back at it.

    Last Monday, Pressley, Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY), and Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill) reintroduced the same amendment to H.R. 1, the so-called “voting rights” legislation. Last Wednesday, thankfully, it failed again, again with 125 Dems voting for.

  3. dad29

    Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill)

    Whose husband named Crean was featured in Project Veritas videos because he false-flags and/or organizes violence against US citizens.

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