This statement is found at the end of the description of Protect Our Elections on the ABOUT page at protectourelections dot org—
… our campaign will support the passage of existing legislation to stop purging, caging, disenfranchisement of felons and much more that is needed to ensure the self-governance envisioned by our Founders in the U.S. Constitution.
Really? Who among the Founding Fathers thought that felons should be allowed to vote? What sort of warped view of History ,,, oh, yeah ,,, that’s it …
Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. is run by Brett Kimberlin, who pleaded guilty to drug smuggling charges and was convicted of a list of crimes associated with the Speedway Bombings. He was paroled, but his parole was revoked for lying on a mortgage application about his indebtedness to a bombing victim and for failure to make restitution to that victim. When he was paroled again in 2001, he managed to keep his nose clean, and he was released from supervision in 2006. His sentence expires in 2030.