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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Del. Neil C. Parrott seeking anonymity for petition signers

Del. Neil C. Parrott seeking anonymity for petition signers

When Maryland citizens sign a petition to request a referendum for a law that could be against what the majority of its citizens  support, they don't expect to become a target of hate, but that is often what happens. Just read the hateful comments to this article for just a small sample of what may be aimed at those who sign a petition on a controversial issue.  For this reason, a bill that promises anonymity for petition signers is critical to protect the citizen and the petition process provided by the Maryland State Constitution. It is at least as important as the privacy that is expected in the voting booth. Saddam Hussein would receive 100% of the vote in his scam of an election. Why? It was because of the consequences of voting otherwise. This is a basic American concept. Please support Neil Parrott in his effort to give every citizen a voice without fear of losing their job, being harassed and bullied, or fear of physical harm. 

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