Rev. Jesse Jackson in town as City Council pushes for constitutional right to vote
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Rev. Jesse Jackson in town as City Council pushes for constitutional right to vote

October 9, 2019


FIREFIGHTER. THE ACCIDENT FORCED POLICE TO CLOSE A STRETCH OF I-65 SOUTHBOUND NEAR ELIZABETHTOWN. NOW, A EXCLUSIVE — A WLWT EXCLUSIVE, ONE-ON-ONE WITH THE NATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER REVEREND JESSE JACKSON, IN TOWN TO BUILD SUPPORT FOR A RIGHT TO VOTE AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION. TODAY MARKS 49 YEARS SINCE PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON SIGNED THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT. REVEREND JESSE JACKSON TOLD ME IT IS TIME THAT THE RIGHT TO BEAR IS GUARANTEED BY THE U.S. CONSTITUTION. WE WERE THERE THIS MORNING. LATER TODAY, THE CITY COUNCIL IS EXPECTED TO PASS A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ADDING THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, THE FIRST CITY TO DO SO. REVEREND JACKSON TOLD ME HE BELIEVES THIS WITH A LEVEL THE VOTING FIELD FOR THE NATION. 50 STATES WITH A SEPARATE AND EQUAL ELECTIONS CREATES CHAOS ALL THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION WHERE ALL AMERICANS HAVE THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO VOTE WOULD TAKE AWAY ALL THE SCHEMES OF OPPRESSION OFF THE TABLE. REVEREND JACKSON SAYS THE CINCINNATI IS SETTING AN EXAMPLE AND HE HOPES THAT WENT FOR THE CHALLENGE TO OTHER CITIES TO PASS THE RESOLUTION. HE HOPES TO SEND A STRONG

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