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ACORN Defeats Anti-Voter Legal Attacks PDF  | Print |  Email
By Media Release from ACORN   
December 15, 2005
(Link to Media Release) Today, ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) announced that the last of three politically-motivated lawsuits filed against the group in the wake of its successful 2004 voter outreach drive has been “dismissed with prejudice.” Each of the three cases (two in Florida and one in Ohio) were brought by partisan law firms based on unfounded allegations of “voter fraud” against the organization – and all three cases have been dismissed.

In 2004, ACORN ran the largest non-partisan voter outreach program and assisted more 1.1 million low and moderate income and minority voters nationwide in registering to vote, including 210,000 in Florida and 190,000 in Ohio.

“We are very proud of the work we do to bring new voters into the process. Non-partisan voter registration and outreach is a key part of our daily work to build more power for our communities, and we will never be intimidated by baseless legal attacks,” said Tamecka Pierce, the Chairperson of Florida ACORN.
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