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PIME: Reflections on Blatant Injustice


By Janine Iyer | June 4, 2024


Please allow me to share some reflections. Today, we each must ask ourselves what our response will be to this blatant injustice foisted upon the leading Presidential candidate of the opposition party by the Biden administration and NY injustice system.


This injustice actually has been ongoing since the corrupt Biden admin was installed, going after J6 attendees, leaders in the Trump administration, abortion clinic demonstrators, parents attending school board meetings, Catholics attending Latin mass, people using their 2nd amendment to defend themselves, and others.


What will you do to fire the current, corrupt federal administration?


What can you do to "make it "TOO BIG to RIG" this November?


It's time to be willing to move out of our comfort zones to become election inspectors in a blue area, to knock doors and talk to neighbors about showing up at the polls this year, to spend time registering Low-Propensity voters (LPVs), etc.


We cannot be "the land of the free" unless we are "the home of the brave."


Over the last several weeks, I've been asking fellow precinct delegates in my county to consider talking to Low-Propensity voters / neighbors at their door to inform and motivate them to vote this year. This is the script I've recommended. The goal is to inform and make a connection with the neighbor for later contact and follow up (to chase the vote).


2024 LPV script
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And this is a sample letter that I recommend we leave with them, whether we talk to them or not (some are not home).


Letter from Delegate
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This approach has been well received 95% of the time. The first time I ever decided to knock doors, I had to pray for courage. Once I did it, I discovered it wasn't really as unpleasant as I had imagined. Neighbors actually often thank us for the information we bring.


We need more people doing this kind of effort all over the state so that more ballots are cast by people of faith, trades people, senior citizens, and those who believe in our constitutional republic and the rule of law. If I can get anyone started with this, please reach out. I've done informal, online training for those who are stepping up to do this.


Another way to turn out more Low-Propensity voters:


Finally, the break out sessions at TP ACTION's The People's Convention this month, June 14-16 at the Huntington Center will provide more training to reach LPVs - Please attend.


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Let the blatant injustice motivate you to action to make it "TOO BIG to RIG" so that we can regain our Republic and free and fair elections.


Thanks for your consideration.


Janine Iyer, Livingston County Leader


 

Janine Iyer is a member of MI Fair Elections Litigation Team and leads the training for the Soles to the Rolls project. She is also the President of the Livingston County chapter of Stand Up Michigan and We the County since the Spring of 2021. Janine is a precinct delegate and Secretary of her county party. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering and formerly worked in the automotive industry before retiring to homeschool her two daughters. She resides in Howell with her husband of 32 years.


 

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