Indivisible Cranbury rally focuses on voting rights

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Volunteers sign up people for the petitions and voter registration at the Deadline for Democracy event in Princeton on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Sign held up during the Deadline for Democracy tabling event on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Signatures occurring at the Deadline for Democracy event at Hinds Plaza in Princeton. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Indivisible Cranbury's founder Laura Zurfluh (center) at the Deadline for Democracy event on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Volunteers sign up people for the petitions and voter registration at the Deadline for Democracy event in Princeton on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Sign held up during the Deadline for Democracy tabling event on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Signatures occurring at the Deadline for Democracy event at Hinds Plaza in Princeton. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH
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Indivisible Cranbury's founder Laura Zurfluh (center) at the Deadline for Democracy event on July 10. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA ZURFLUH

Indivisible Cranbury’s Deadline for Democracy tabling event produced 65 signatures for petitions to show support for two voting rights before Congress.

Attendees signed petitions to senators Cory Booker and Robert Menendez, urging them to prioritize messaging about the critical role these bills play in upholding the voting rights of all citizens.

The event was held at Hinds Plaza in Princeton on July 10 to showcase support for S.1, For the People Act, and HR4, The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

Volunteers staffed tables with information on the bills and members of the League of Women Voters offered information on site about new early voting rules in New Jersey and explain how voters can check their registration, register to vote and vote-by-mail.