Puerto Rico has been a part of the United States since 1898, over 110 years!
Since then, Puerto Ricans have participated in every major U.S. conflict, serving at rates higher than most states. In March, President Obama awarded four Puerto Ricans the Medal of Honor for their extraordinary service and sacrifice. All told, more than 125,000 veterans live in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories.
Yet they can't vote for their President and Commander-in-Chief!
We the People Project is developing a legal challenge to federal laws that make your right to vote for President depend on where you live. Every American deserves the right to vote for President, wherever you live!
We’d like to hear from you! Please fill out our short 2-3 minute "Right to Vote Survey" to share your experience being denied the right to vote. The information you and others provide will help us make the case that it shouldn't matter where one lives when it comes to the right to vote.
Questions? Contact us!
Note: Filling out this survey does not commit you to anything, nor does it establish any attorney-client relationship. Any and all information you provide will be kept confidential and used only for purposes of achieving equal rights and representation for the nearly 5 million U.S. citizens in U.S. territories and DC.