Kamala Harris is one of the most prominent names in the history of American politics. She started her career at a young age and soon emerged to be a great leader. She received her highest honor when Harris was elected as the Vice President of the United States Of America.
Harris is having a successful run as the Vice President and has actively participated in various motions. One of her latest concerns is voting rights. Harris has questioned in favor of passing the voting rights.
She stated that these things were of utmost importance and must be dealt with due priority. Kamala has asked Congress to pass the federal voting rights immediately. She stated that the rights must be put in effect before the Edmund Pettus Bridge walk.
The walk is scheduled for Sunday to mark the 57th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Harris said that all citizens must have equal rights to vote. She elaborated that in the 2020 elections, a lot of states that were led by the GOP made voting very difficult.
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Kamala Harris Wants The Voting Rights Act Passed Immediately
Kamala Harris lashed out at the Republicans in her recent speech. She criticized them for opposing the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Harris also expressed her disappointment at the Republicans for blocking the Freedom to Vote Act. However, she along with Joe Biden is very much determined about passing the voting rights.
Kamala Harris urged everyone to support the petition. She said that unity was required to attain the much-needed freedom.
Harris addressed the crowd and asked them to continue pushing for their rights until it was being provided to them. It will be interesting to see what stand the Congress takes in the future.