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Still On The Fence About Voting?

Vote HERE: A film for the people by the people" Title Plate

U.S. Rep John Lewis

Women's Suffrage

With only weeks to go until the November 3rd, 2020 election, many people don’t think their vote matters and are still on the fence.

TUCSON, AZ, US, October 12, 2020 / -- In these divided times it’s essential to honor and pay tribute to our country’s democracy and the reason ShadowWave Media spent the last 2 years producing “Vote HERE: A film for the people by the people.” This feature-length documentary covers the turbulent ways our voting rights have wavered from the inception of the U.S. all the way to the present day – including the current youth movement.

Highlights include the stories behind why states control the voting process; the founding of the Electoral College; African American & Women’s Suffrage; how the demeaning and volatile legacy of disenfranchisement also led to felons losing their right to vote; the controversial role the courts have played in shaping modern day voting rights; and the heartfelt and explosive story about the inception of the Voting Rights Act featuring the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis, who shares his own personal journey that led him across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma that fateful ‘Bloody Sunday’ in 1965.

Not only has “Vote HERE” been made available free to everyone – it's also as easily accessible as voting should be. And for viewers’ convenience, Individual Segments of the various subjects covered in the film have also been made available. Below are direct links to watch the full documentary and its segments.

You Decide Where to Watch:

“Vote HERE” Full List of Segments:
Seg 1. Why The States Control Voting
Seg 2. Environmental Voter Project
Seg 3. Electoral College
Seg 4. Voting in the 19th Century
Seg 5. HeadCount
Seg 6. Gerrymandering
Seg 7. Women’s Suffrage
Seg 8. Ranked Choice Voting
Seg 9. Mi Familia Vota
Seg 10. The Progressive Era
Seg 11. Native American Suffrage
Seg 12. Black Suffrage/Voter Disenfranchisement
Seg 13. Joy of Voting
Seg 14. Voting Rights Acts/Credit

“Vote HERE” also pays tribute to those who have fought and even died for the franchise and to those who continue to fight for what lays at the heart of our democracy: Easy and Equal Access to one of our most cherished rights – the right to Vote!

Sula Miller
ShadowWave Media, Inc.
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